7 Best Oculus Quest 2 Party Games

Best Oculus Quest 2 Party Games

The best way to make your party more entertaining and delightful is to find the right Oculus Quest 2 party games.

VR is the ideal way to entertain multiple people at once. The games can represent famous sports, such as tennis, football, etc., depending on what you need in the game.

Some games are for people who love to be active and perhaps a little competitive in terms of graphics.

This article will give you all of the options that will make you and your friends more fun!

Don’t forget to Connect Oculus Quest to Steam.

Acron: Attack of the Squirrels

Acron: Attack of the Squirrels is not like your regular virtual reality action games, but instead, it’s a game that takes on a softer mode. We’ll give you a sneak peek of what’s to come.

In this game, players take on the role of a majestic tree trying to protect its golden acorn while other players can act as opponents trying to steal it.

One side has a defensive tree, while the other uses humor, tactics, and super abilities to capture the golden acorns

Isn’t that interesting? Both Android and iOS devices can be used to connect with the opposing party.

For $19.99, you can purchase the game from the Oculus store.

Read, Oculus Quest Work With Steam.

Reiko’s Fragments

With Reiko’s Fragments, each playthrough is a new program created by family and friends, so they get to determine how the game will go.

As opposed to other games, the VR headset player runs for his life in Reiko’s fragments.

In the game, up to eight flat-screen players can play the role of ghosts in a haunted house. Players with headsets will spend their time evading deadly spirits and their leader in an environment filled with fear and dread. Though it might be a scary scenario, it’s still a captivating scene that’ll captivate your friends and you for hours.

Currently, the game is only available via Steam for 5.49 dollars; hopefully, the Oculus version will follow shortly.

>>> Related Read, Oculus Quest 2 Supported Laptop.

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is more of a game that involves the combination of the ability to handle pressure, teamwork, and communication skills.

You would most likely finish the game with an improvement in your communication skills, learning either new polite or curse words. Here is how the game plays out.

The person wearing the headset has his eyes fixated on a bomb while in the real world, the flat screeners are looking at the manual to defuse the bomb. The crazy part is that both parties can only communicate by talking as neither of them can see what the other is seeing.

All that the game requires you to do is to defuse the bomb before it explodes.

If you find this interesting, get it from the Oculus store at 14.99 dollars.

Takelings House Party

In Takelings House Party, the VR headset player is paired up with up to eight non-VR teams.

From pleasurable tricks to gameplay, Takelings House Party features three game modes designed to keep you and your loved ones entertained.

Players can join as flat-screen players via smartphones or PCs without needing a VR headset, making it extremely accessible.

Takelings House Party can only be purchased on Steam for 8.19 dollars. The development is still in progress, but that does not make it any less fun.

Beat Saber (Party Mode)

One of the popular VR games on Oculus, Beat Saber, was released in 2019. It is more of a ‘pass and play’ game, which makes it quite different from the other VR games we have reviewed.

While Beat Saber is a single-player music and action game, it has a Party Mode that allows you to play it with a friend.

With the Beat Saber (party mode), you can give hash-and-slash shots while playing a song from your game collection.

As soon as you finish the game round, you can enter your name so that it can be saved locally and offline for future use by other people, including friends and family (just in case they want to challenge you).

Beat Saber is available for 29.99 dollars in the Oculus store.

ForeVR Bowl

Like Takelings House Party, ForeVR Bowl gives players the chance to experience bowling in VR.

With different map varieties and over 100 different bowling balls, ForeVR Bowl offers so much fun for you and your friends. You can bowl up to the moon (sounds fun doesn’t it?).

You can purchase ForeVR Bowl for 19.99 dollars from the Oculus store.

Final Words

No doubt, this list contains some of the finest VR games on the net, including very interesting options that you can play with your loved ones. So, what are you waiting for? Get ready for some fun time with your friends!

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