Meta Quest games showcase: the biggest announcements

Meta hosted its 2022 game showcase, which was full of games you can expect to see on your Quest 2 virtual reality headset this year. Last year’s surprise announcement was the VR port of Resident Evil 4 (which turned out to be much better than expected), but several standout titles seem to be a must-play experience when they launch. In case you missed the showcase, we’ve rounded up the biggest announcements below.

Ghostbusters coming to VR

The showcase ended with Mark Zuckerberg revealing that a Ghostbusters VR game is in the works for the Quest 2. There aren’t many details (and it’s still in development under a working title), but the game will have players running their own Ghostbusters headquarters in San Francisco. “Follow, shoot and trap ghosts in gripping encounters with iconic gear,” reads the official description. No word on a release date.

Mercenaries mode is now available in Resident Evil 4

Mercenaries mode is released by Armature Studio and is a free update for anyone who purchases Resident Evil 4 at the Oculus store. It is a time based challenge mode where you try to survive and get the highest possible score. This version of the game features online leaderboards, 20 new challenges and new unlocks including the big head mode, a black and white visual effect and golden gun skins that you can also use in the campaign.

A new trailer for Under the US VR

InnerSloth, Robot Teddy and Schell Games have announced that the VR version of Among us will be released at the end of 2022. A new trailer was also shared for the VR adaptation of the hit game. In addition to completing this title, Schell Games, who has also developed popular VR titles such as I expect you to dieannounced that it is working on three more projects with the Meta Studios teams.


Bonelab is a new Quest 2 and PC VR title developed by the studio Bonteworksan exclusive VR title for PC that pushed the boundaries of realistic weapon handling, combat and platforming. Bonelab has a new story and builds on the predecessor with new maps, new weapons and new avatars for you to play. Given the studio’s history of crafting intense experiences that involve your entire body, it will likely be a title experienced VR players will get the most out of.

Bonelab coming out later this year.

Beat Saber‘Electronic Mixtape’ Add-on

Beat Saber will soon receive an add-on to the already extensive soundtrack. There will be an electronic mixtape with tracks from Deadmau5, Fatboy Slim, Marshmello, Pendulum and more. A release date has not been announced, but the pack will cost $12.99, or $1.99 per issue. It will also appear on Rift, PSVR and Steam.

Cities: VR coming soon

If you enjoyed city building simulators like SimCity and Cities: Skylines on PC, you probably already know about Cities: VR† It aims to give a more immersive view of the cities you build (and destroy). It comes out on April 28 for $29.99 and you can get a 10 percent discount by ordering before the release date.

NFL Pro Era looks better than i expected

NFL Pro Era is the first VR football game officially licensed by the NFL. It’s a football experience played in first-person view, and the game will feature a season mode that will help you build your team to get to the Super Bowl. It seems to be taking shape nicely. You can play games, participate in exercises or just play catch with friends in VR. It will be released in the fall and the game will also be available for PSVR.

Moss: Book II coming to Quest 2 in the summer

The sequel to indie VR baby moss — That stars a very cute mouse – coming to the Quest 2 this summer. The game debuted a few weeks ago for PSVR, and Quest owners won’t have long to wait to get into the next chapter Moss

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