Meta Quest 2 and Pro price cuts are live

Some good news for those looking to pick up a VR headset: two Meta headsets have received price cuts. You can pick up the 256GB Meta Quest 2 For $429, which is $80 less than last week’s cost. It even comes with two games. Or, if you want a more premium product, you can get Meta Quest Pro For $999, which is $500 less than its previous price. Not so simple.

Meta Quest 2 (256GB) and 2 games for $429

Meta Quest 2 – 256 GB

Includes two free games: GOLF+ and Space Pirate Trainer DX.

The 256GB model of the Meta Quest 2 cost $499, but is now available for $429. By comparison, the 128GB model costs $399, so it’s only an extra $30 to double the storage. Considering that there’s no way to increase the storage on these headsets, that’s a pretty big deal. For example, you can’t pop in a microSD card like you can on a Switch or Steam deck. It will always be the storage in the Meta Quest 2 you buy.

So what do you get for your money? You get a separate headset that doesn’t need to be plugged into anything to play games (take that, PSVR 2). You get two touch controllers, a charging cable, a power adapter, and a glass spacer. You also get two free games: GOLF+ and Space Pirate Trainer DX. Not a bad deal.

Meta Quest Pro for $999

Meta Quest Pro VR Headset

For those looking for more premium hardware, you can pick up the MetaQuest Pro for $999, which is $500 less than last week’s price. That’s a huge discount. The headset is slightly slimmer and sleeker than the Meta Quest 2. It has fancy features like better controller tracking and phase tracking.

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Meta Quest 2 (128GB) is still $399

Meta Quest 2 - 128GB model

Meta Quest 2 – 128 GB model

Includes two free games: GOLF+ and Space Pirate Trainer DX.

The price of the base 128GB model remains unchanged. If you want to save $30 and can live with less storage, you can still pick up the base model for $399. It comes with GOLF+ and Space Pirate Trainer DX. I’d argue that the 256GB model is still the better offering in the long run because it can hold more games, but YMMV.

Chris Reid is a contract expert and business editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed Or on the mastodon @chryslread.

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