Oculus Is Rebranding And Will No Longer Require A Facebook Login

Alongside the massive announcement that it would be changing its name to Meta, Facebook has revealed that it will be retiring the Oculus branding for its VR headsets in a move to bring everything under the Meta umbrella.

VP of AR/VR at Meta, Andrew Bosworth, detailed the changes to the company’s VR and AR vision which includes the rebrand which will see Oculus Quest become Meta Quest, Oculus App become Meta Quest app and so on.

Perhaps most importantly, it was revealed that the company is working on new ways for users to log into Quest that won’t require a Facebook account. This update is one of the “highest priority areas of work internally” and is expected to land at some point next year.

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Meanwhile, we also learned that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is coming to VR via the Quest 2!

The Oculus Quest 2 is currently available starting from $479 on Amazon.


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