We praised the Oculus Quest 2 in our review for its $299 price point, as well as its powerful hardware and much better virtual reality experience compared to its predecessor. But one thing the new VR device can’t do that the Quest’s first version could is access the Oculus Go’s library of apps and games. Hopefully, a patch can be released soon for those owners of Oculus Quest 2 who are experiencing the Rift's latest virtual reality glitch or need to get their hands on one of the virtual reality devices for PlayStation or Xbox.

While the Rift release window is still being confirmed, it's likely to tick to sometime during 2016, and if you missed out on the Kickstarter and pre-order, you're out of luck. Luckily, there are a number of people who have been patiently waiting for an Oculus Go, who had to wait for the middle of the year ’ either the first week of December, or more likely December 15th, 2016. Questions still remain on whether owners of other devices like the Samsung Gear VR can buy the Oculus Go and make their own leap to virtual reality, though.

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