Don't expect to play many games on it though.
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Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that the company is working on a new high-end VR headset during their latest earnings call. He then went on to reiterate his remarks in a Facebook post.

Unlike Meta's current VR offering, the Meta Quest 2, this new one is going to be "more focused on work use cases." Zuckerberg says that he hopes this new headset, codenamed Project Cambria, will eventually replace your laptop or work setup.

"On the hardware side, Meta Quest 2 continues to be the leading virtual reality headset. Later this year, we'll release a higher-end headset, codenamed Project Cambria, which will be more focused on work use cases and eventually replacing your laptop or work setup. This premium device will have improved ergonomics and full color passthrough mixed reality to seamlessly blend virtual reality with the physical world.

"We're also building in eye tracking and face tracking so that your avatar can make eye contact and facial expressions, which dramatically improves your sense of presence. It's also a good example of why we're developing hardware in addition to the social platforms."
This whole idea of a "sense of presence" really seems to tie in hard with Meta's "metaverse" concept. While a lot of upper management may be really onboard with the idea of a workplace metaverse, I cannot imagine too many lower-level employees are thrilled with the idea.

The next gaming focused VR headset from Meta is nowhere in sight just yet. Don't expect to see or hear anything about one until Project Cambria starts to ship either.