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November 25th, 2020
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5 Must-Have Oculus Quest 2 Accessories
The Oculus Quest 2 is a fantastic headset, but can even be better with the right gear.
I’ll show you what I think are the must have accessories for the Oculus Quest 2.
For those who play Beat Saber or games that require swinging the controllers around like wild, these are a MUST-HAVE to protect your controllers from breaking.
Replacing the controllers are super expensive (I speak from experience >_>), so it’s best to get these bumper protectors as ‘insurance’ for your controllers.
I can’t even count the number of times my controllers collided with each other and I’m ultra careful. It’s just inevitable if you play Beat Saber. I rarely hit the wall, but I know plenty of people who’ve scratched or broken their controllers by hitting them against the wall.
It improves comfort slightly, by replacing the original foam with a more comfortable one.
It makes things easier to clean. This might not be an issue if you just got your Quest, but down the line, sweat and dirt will start to build there and it’ll b
It improves immersion by preventing light leakage into the headset (with the nose flaps) and if you use the thinner foam, it brings your eyes closer to the lens, increasing FOV and further increasing immersion.
Overall, I’ve been a big fan of VRCover since the Quest 1 and they haven’t disappointed me here.
These are either niche accessories which are amazing if you play certain type of games, or super expensive ones. It won’t be for everybody, but it’ll appeal to a certain type of audience.