Meta Quest+ Takes Another Step Closer to Xbox Game Pass

Last year Meta launched its version of Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Plus Extra, Meta Quest+. For a monthly fee subscribers gain access to two curated games a month, which you can keep as long as they’re subscribed. This week, Meta’s VR service is taking another step toward its flatscreen rivals with Games Catalog.

Set to launch on 1st March 2024, the Games Catalog offers a bigger selection of titles to subscribers. Just like the main service, the selection of games will rotate in and out to keep things fresh. Best of all, there’s no additional cost, the catalogue is included in the usual subscription price.

There will be 12 games set to arrive this Friday. They are:

  • The Climb
  • Demeo
  • Espire 1: VR Operative
  • Fruit Ninja
  • Hand Physics Lab
  • Jurassic World Aftermath
  • Onward
  • Red Matter
  • A Township Tale
  • Sports Scramble
  • Until You Fall
  • Walkabout Mini Golf
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Meta Quest+ Games and More Games

Of course, those aren’t the only VR titles Meta is serving up this week. Currently available until 29th February are I Expect You To Die and DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate. In March, those will be replaced by military shooter Contractors and Coatsink Software’s narrative-driven immersive puzzler Shadow Point. As mentioned, get February’s downloaded now and they’ll stay in your library to player later.

When it comes to the new Games Catalog, there’s been no mention of how often they’ll rotate games in and out.

Available for Quest 3Quest 2, and Quest Pro the subscription service retails for $7.99 USD per month. Or you can pay $59.99 USD annually so you can save 37% on the monthly cost. From 1st March to 31st May, buy or upgrade to an annual subscription and you’ll get $25 USD in-store credit. If you’re brand new to Quest+ then the first month is free. Or you can buy a 512GB Meta Quest 3 and you’ll get a six-month free trial!

Are you a Meta Quest+ subscriber? Or does the service look more attractive thanks to the Games Catalog? Let us know in the comments below.