Last week, Facebook announced the first exclusive game for the Oculus Quest 2. Later this year, Oculus will co-publish a VR version of Resident Evil 4. While many fans are excited to experience the game’s story in virtual reality, the decision to keep the game off the original Quest headset is going to rankle some users.
While the Quest 2 is considerably more powerful, until now Facebook has seen to it that games and apps released for the Quest platform will work on either headset. The original Quest headset is just shy of two years old. That means Facebook waited less than a year after launching Quest 2 before fragmenting the Quest platform.