Meta Quest users are getting a new subscription that gives them access to the top two titles every month. Dubbed Meta Quest+, the virtual reality subscription costs $7.99 per month or $59.99 annually.
The first hint of the subscription service occurred in March when a Twitter user discovered a description of a game pass feature in the Meta Quest app. Earlier this month, another Twitter user spotted the title and price of Meta Quest+ in the app selection of the Meta Quest app.
Mark Zuckerberg confirmed Meta Quest+ on Monday, noting in a statement that it’s currently available for Quest 2 and Pro. There will also be Quest 3 support when it launches this fall.
Zuckerberg didn’t announce what the first two games would be offered this month. According to the Top Selling list on the Meta Quest Store, the most popular games right now are Blade & Sorcery: Nomad, Among Us, BoneLab, Contractors and Creed: Rise to Glory, among others.
Meta is known to have some of the best VR games on its platform, so Meta Quest+ will probably be well-liked by many players. The subscription service will also set the company apart from PlayStation, which notably doesn’t offer VR games through its PlayStation Plus subscription.
The company recently announced more games coming to the headsets, including Stranger Things VR, Assassin’s Creed and Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord.