Get 9 Oculus Quest Games For A Bargain Price

Get 9 Oculus Quest Games For A Bargain Price

If your Oculus Quest library has grown stale, Fanatical is giving you a chance to spice things up with an impressive new deal. The aptly named Build Your Own Quest VR Bundle lets you snag nine VR games for just $50–although cheaper tiers are also available if you’re only interested in a few new titles.

While you’ll get the most bang for your buck by purchasing nine games for $50, you can also pick up five games for $30 or three games for $20. The Build Your Own Quest VR Bundle is comprised of 18 titles, including Accounting+, Swords of Gargantua, Puzzle Bobble VR: Vacation Odyssey, and more. All game codes are redeemed directly to your Facebook/Meta/Oculus account.

Accounting+ is one of the quirkier titles of the bunch, as it was developed by William Pugh, Dominik Johann, and Justin Roiland–famous for The Stanley Parable, Minit, and Rick and Morty, respectively. The bizarre game sees you diving into a litany of off-the-wall adventures and encountering a cast of increasingly hilarious characters. If you’re a fan of Rick and Morty’s humor, you’ll find a lot to love in Accounting+.

If you’re in the mood for something more relaxing, consider checking out ForeVR Darts, Puzzling Places, or A Fisherman’s Tale.

Here are all 18 games in the Build Your Own Quest VR Bundle catalog–be sure to head over to Fanatical to learn more about each title.

All games in the Build Your Own Quest VR Bundle

  • A Fisherman’s Tale
  • Accounting+
  • Anshar 2: Hyperdrive
  • Carly and the Reaperman
  • Death Horizon Reloaded
  • Down the Rabbit Hole
  • Electronauts
  • ForeVR Darts
  • Mare
  • Prison Boss VR
  • Puzzle Bobble VR: Vacation Odyssey
  • Puzzling Places
  • Swarm
  • Swords of Gargantua
  • Star Shaman
  • Traffic Jams
  • Wands
  • Zero Caliber

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