Xbox Cloud Gaming is coming to the Meta Quest Store

During Meta Connect, the Facebook owner also confirmed the arrival date of Meta Quest Pro

During the Meta Connect event this Tuesday (11), Microsoft has confirmed that it is bringing the Xbox Cloud Gaming app to the Meta Quest Store catalog. With this, anyone using a virtual reality headset made by Meta (the owner of Facebook) will be able to access the Game Pass catalog available via streaming.

When this happens, players will be able to use their devices to view the game, To control it using an Xbox controller. However, it is not yet known when the integration between the platforms will happen, but Microsoft says it should happen”as early as possible.

The announcement is part of the company’s initiative Expand its presence in the gaming world on platforms beyond PC and traditional consoles. The company may be preparing to launch its own device focused on cloud gaming, a prototype of which can be seen in a photo recently released by Xbox head Phil Spencer.

Meta reveals Quest Pro details

Meta also released details during the event Meta Quest Pro, your new virtual reality headset. The cost is impressive 1,499.99 USD (7.9 thousand R$)It promises to bring the deepest experience in the Metaverse, along with a more comfortable design than seen on previously released devices.

According to the manufacturer, The new product is 40% lighter than Meta Quest 2, brings 75% more contrast and 1.3x expanded color gamut.. Backward compatible with all applications released for the company’s previous headsets, it allows you to work with multiple screens, the size of which can be freely changed by users.

with 10 VR/MR sensors, 256 GB memory, 12 GB RAM and Snapdragon XR2+ processorMeta Quest Pro is available for pre-order now and will hit stores on October 25th. Beyond that, Meta confirmed Acquired Camouflaj, Twisted Pixel and Armature StudiosFurther works of which will be detailed soon.

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