2024’s top 10 Meta Quest games

Have you purchased a Meta Quest headset but are unsure about your first game to play? Don’t worry; we’ve got a helpful list of ideas to get you going.

Since the Meta Quest VR headset series is now a pretty established product, there is a sizable selection of apps and games available for purchase. There are an incredible amount of VR experiences available, even before you include in things like the Steam VR library and GamePass. How do you decide which place to begin?

Some of our top picks for the Quest 3 headset are included in this guide, along with a few surprises. Recall that in order to get the most out of your Quest headset, you might need to sideload some software or make some adjustments.

1. Assassin’s Creed Nexus

A common fantasy among Assassins Creed enthusiasts is to master parkour techniques and blend in with the background like Ezio, Bayek, or Basim. The good news is that you can in Assassin’s Creed Nexus if you’re one of those gamers.

The franchise’s signature parkour, stealth, and traditional fighting have all been expertly translated into virtual reality. This isn’t simply a quick, disposable VR “experience,” however. There is a 20-hour main campaign in Assassin’s Creed Nexus, in addition to collectibles and all the other stuff you would anticipate from an Assassin’s Creed game.

2. Dungeons of Eternity

Players who love to get involved in classic hack-and-slash dungeon-crawling RPGs might want to pick up Dungeons of Eternity. It is a first-person immersive title that lets the player explore an endless series of randomly generated dungeons in a way that will be familiar to Diablo III veterans. A satisfying progression system and the option to form a party of friends and explore together make this a rewarding experience for hack-and-slash appreciators and TTRPG fans.

3. Resident Evil 4 VR

Resident Evil 4 VR

Horror is a genre that frequently excels in virtual reality. All of your worst anxieties surface during the immersion and seclusion for some reason.The first game in the series to utilize virtual reality was Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, which set the precedent by terrifying the living daylights out of every player.

Even while Resident Evil 4 VR isn’t as viscerally scary as its predecessor, it’s still a great chance to revisit a beloved game in a fresh way.

4. Beat Saber

There is little chance that this was going to be left out. Beat Saber is often the first game that VR enthusiasts get their friends and loved ones to try for a very good reason. Gameplay is fun and intuitive and you get a heady rush from mastering slashing and dodging to the beat of the music.
With a massive range of available music that caters to every taste, ensures there is always a reason to come back for just one more go.

5. Among Us VR

A little independent game called Among Us became popular when we were all stranded at home and has since been released on other VR devices. While maintaining the familiarity of the original, the creators have done an amazing job bringing a rather simple-looking game to life on a VR headset. The best part is that crossplay is supported across a number of platforms, including PC VR, Pico, and PlayStation VR 2. You don’t even need pals that have Quest headsets specifically.
But the first time an imposter catches you, you will leap a mile.

6. Samba de Amigo: Virtual Party

After reaching the highest score possible on Beat Saber, Samba de Amigo: Virtual Party is a fantastic option for anyone looking for a new VR rhythm game to enjoy. The VR motion controllers that SEGA used for their first major VR project function wonderfully as virtual maracas.

You may shake your maracas to 40 songs in the base game, including hits like Lady Gaga, Ricky Martin, and Maroon 5. Even if the multiplayer is a touch dated, this rhythm game is still enjoyable and well-made, especially for aficionados of popular music.

7. Superhot VR

Superhot VR was among the first games to demonstrate the true potential of virtual reality action, and it has been available for a while.

Superhot is a great option for VR, especially for those who are still getting used to the headgear, because of its fantastic level design and minimalist style, which truly jumps on the Quest 3 screen with white, black, and red hues.

8. Little Cities

A “giant’s eye view” and a pleasant small virtual sandbox are features of many VR games. Among the better instances is Little Cities. It is a city-building game, as the title would imply, that blends stunning graphics with a very user-friendly interface designed for virtual reality.

Since the emphasis is on city management through design, fans of games like Cities: Skylines and Sim City will have a lot of fun with this one.

9. Asgard’s Wrath II

We gave Asgard’s Wrath II great scores throughout our assessment, and for good reason. It is evident that it was created from the ground up to maximize VR’s immersion while also providing a feeling of size that is uncommon in VR games.

Asgard’s Wrath II is the ideal VR game for anyone seeking a large-scale experience that allows them to go deeply and explore, since the game’s vast environment may be explored for hours on end.

10. Star Wars Squadrons

Star Wars Squadrons is a game that you may not anticipate seeing on a list of the greatest Meta Quest games, but you can play it on the Quest with native VR compatibility due to Xbox Gamepass.
Star Wars Squadrons is a VR game that works really well with VR, however you may need to adjust the settings a little to get the full immersive experience while you’re fighting space dogs.
Even though it’s an older game with certain limits brought about by its age, it’s still a ton of fun.

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