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Starting August 1, both the 128GB and 256GB versions of the Meta Quest 2 (formerly Oculus Quest 2), will cost $100 more than they already do. As a result, they are now $399.99 (up from $299) and $499.99 (up from $399), respectively.
However, for a limited time, the Beat Saber game will be given away for free with every new purchase. I strongly recommend you buy Meta Quest 2 right now at a lower price before new pricing takes heat starting in August.
- Meta Quest 2, 128GB — Meta Shop / Amazon.com / GameStop / Best Buy
- Meta Quest 2, 256GB — Meta Shop / Amazon.com / GameStop / Best Buy
For most casual users, the regular 128GB model provides more than enough storage, although VR fans may want to invest in the 256GB model to save all of their games. Since Meta mentioned that the cost of accessories would also rise, it could be worthwhile to get a Pro Bundle or Starter Bundle to receive some useful items at a lower cost.
Remember that Meta plans to add its high-end Project Cambria headset before the end of 2022. It will most obviously cost a hundred dollars more than Quest 2, but if you want to experience VR in the most advanced way possible, it might be worth waiting to buy.
Anyone interested in checking out the reasonably priced headset should get one before the price increase takes effect at the beginning of August.