Oculus Quest
During the Oculus Connect 5 keynote earlier today, Oculus VR announced the Oculus Quest. The Oculus Quest is an "all-in-one VR gaming system" that allows players to experience six degrees of freedom, Touch controllers, and a price tag of $399 (USD).

Unlike the Oculus Rift, the Oculus Quest does not need to connect to a PC to operate. There are no sensors to hang up either. Instead, the Quest utilizes a technology that they're calling Oculus Insight.

The Quest features per eye resolutions of 1600x1440, the ability to adjust lens spacing, and built-in audio that Oculus claims has better bass than the audio found on the Oculus Go. To compare, the Oculus Go features a resolution of 1280x1440 per eye and is far less feature filled compared to the Quest.

Quest will run courtesy of a SnapDragon 835 with 4GB of RAM. It will feature 64GB of built-in storage. It may be obvious to some but I will still note here that the Quest will not offer an identical visual experience compared to an Oculus Rift hooked up to a gaming PC.

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Not only that, but Oculus Quest will ship with the first episode of a new Star Wars game. It's called Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series and features Darth Vader. And well, that's kind of all we know about that game right now. Besides Vader Immortal, Oculus Quest will ship with a library of over 50 titles.