The Quest 2s Facebook account requirement has been questionable, and unsurprisingly nothing modifications here– secondary account users will need to log in with a Facebook account of their own. For households that already have numerous Quest users, however, the features should make life much easier.
Facebook states the functionality will come to the Quest 2 next month in experimental form, implying you can switch it on with a toggle in the settings menu prior to it gets released to all Quest headsets, consisting of the initial model.
Oculus Quest headsets will soon support numerous users, Facebook has revealed. The performance will allow Quest owners to set secondary accounts on their headsets, which will allow other people to visit and access material shared by the main user while maintaining different save accomplishments and data.
The main account holder will have the ability to include 3 secondary accounts and share apps on a single device, though Facebook states youll later be able to share purchases across 3 headsets; the company may likewise change these parameters based upon feedback. Apps will be automatically opted-in to the sharing performance, but developers can decide out prior to February 12th.