Facebook has continued to add updates to its Culus Quest VR platform over the past two and a half years, but its latest one could turn it into a complete workout ecosystem for the winter. This Software software update announced today.Visual upgrades are also being offered to support 90 Hz refresh rates for games and PC use. It’s a piece
C Coolus Move, a new fitness dashboard that tracks movement and estimated calorie burn in multiple VR exercise apps, will launch next week as part of a Quest and Quest 2s software software update. The move was announced earlier this fall at Facebook’s Virtual Connect conference during the launch of Quest 2.
The latest software software update will unlock simple 90 Hz VR support in Quest 2 for those who prefer to take advantage. The first games with updates, according to Facebook, will include Superhot, Echo VR, Beat Saber, Vacation Simulator, Job Simulator, Racket: NX and Space Pirate Trainer.
90 Hz VR is the standard for PC VR, and can already work as PC VR headsets with Quest and Quest 2 USB-C cable. That PC-connected feature, called the Oculus Link, is also getting 90 Hz support on Quest 2.
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