Oculus Quest 2 Black Friday deal throws in a free game of your choice
For a limited time you can get a Oculus Quest 2 VR headset with £50 in store credit thrown in absolutely free. This great money-saving offer is available through the official Oculus website and you can use this credit to buy one of the brilliant exclusive games available for the VR headset, such as the recently released Resident Evil 4 VR. This reinvention of the classic Capcom survival horror costs £29.99, so you’ll have some spare change for another download.
If you’re looking for suggestions on what else to buy, you can use the leftover money for Beat Saber – a brilliant and unique virtual reality rhythm game.
This costs £22.99 on the official Oculus website.
If you’d rather have more flexibility about what to use this £50 bonus for, you can head over to Amazon instead.
The 128GB headset is on sale now for £299 with a £50 Amazon voucher thrown in completely free of charge.
This Amazon promo credit is also included with the 256GB version of the Oculus Quest 2, which costs £399.
If you like the sound of this offer, you’d better act fast, because the Amazon promo runs until November 30.
Once you have received this voucher, you can use it on purchases shipped by Amazon UK until January 14, 2022.
If you’re considering picking up the similar offering from the official Oculus store, you’ll have more time to grab it.
This offer for free Oculus store credit of £50 runs until December 6.
If you’ve always been interested in VR gaming, but never tried it out, the Oculus Quest 2 is a great way to dip your toes into it.
Unlike other VR headsets that require a companion console or PC, the Oculus Quest 2 is an all-in-one experience.
The headset and accompanying controllers in the box are all the hardware you need to play with the Oculus Quest 2.
However, you will need to download the free Oculus app on your smartphone to set up the device and a Facebook account to sign in.
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