Black Friday’s best VR deal: Meta Quest 2 with 2 free games

That The Meta Quest 2 Black Friday deal is well underway. On top of the usual free copy of Beat Saber (which anyone who owns a VR headset should own anyway), you now also get a copy of Resident Evil 4 VR. Both the 128GB and 256GB versions are included in the special deal, and you can get yours from any of the usual retailers, including Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, and Target. We went ahead and made it easy by putting them in the article below for Black Friday.

Meta Quest 2 Black Friday Deals

Meta Quest 2 - 128GB

Black Friday deal

Meta Quest 2 – 128 GB

Comes with Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4 VR.

Meta Quest 2 - 256GB

Black Friday deal

Meta Quest 2 – 256 GB

Comes with Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4 VR.

If you’re wondering if the VR device is any good, be sure to check out our Meta Quest 2 review (from when it was called the Oculus Quest 2). And also take a look at our Resident Evil 4 VR review, which our critic scored a winning 9 out of 10.

As someone who has a Meta Quest 2 owner, I highly recommend it. Not having wires is one of those things you don’t realize is great until you experience it. My first VR experience was with the PSVR, which was pretty awesome, but it had tons of limitations, including the bulky cords and less-than-great controller support. But Quest 2 gets rid of these limitations and works great. Seriously, Beat Saber on Meta Quest 2 is the absolute best way to play in my opinion. Sure, it doesn’t have the resolution of the high-end VR headsets, but I’d trade resolution away to be free of wires.

If you’re looking to get a Meta Quest 2 for Christmas, or for yourself, this is the best Meta Quest Black Friday deal going, but there are plenty of other chances to save. Most Black Friday video game deals are now live, including the Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal we’ve all come to know and accept.

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Seth Macy is Executive Editor, IGN Commerce, and just wants to be your friend. You can find him hosting the Nintendo Voice Chat podcast.

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