You can now wirelessly play your Steam VR games to your Meta devices.

Valve just announced that Steam Link is now available for those with the Meta Quest 2, Meta Quest 3, and Meta Quest Pro. This new availability allows users to wirelessly play their VR games from the Steam library to their Quest headset.

Steam Link is a free app that utilizes the power of your own computer to magically* stream your Steam games to devices like phones, tablets, TVs, and now even the Meta Quest 2/3/Pro. Valve provides some information on what you will need in order to get Steam Link up and running, so be sure to read carefully.

Before you begin: You'll need a router with a wired connection to your PC, and a 5GHz WiFi network for your headset.

Getting started
  • Make sure Steam and SteamVR are installed and running on your PC
    • Note: You may need to restart Steam to confirm you are running the latest version of Steam and SteamVR
  • Connect your headset to the same network as your PC
  • Download the free Steam Link app to your headset.
  • The app will walk you through wirelessly connecting your computer to your headset.

Minimum requirements
Before you connect, make sure you have:
  • Wi-Fi: 5 GHz minimum, wired connection to PC
  • GPUs: NVIDIA (GTX970 or better)
  • OS: Windows 10 or newer
  • Headset: Meta Quest 2, 3, or Pro
Recommended (but not required): A broadband internet connection with Wi-Fi 6 or Wi-Fi 6E, and a computer with at least 16 GB RAM and NVIDIA GPU, RTX2070 or better.​
Steam VR Fest Dec. 4 - 11 at 10AM PT.

In related news, Valve says that the next Steam VR Fest will run from December 4 - December 11. As with all Fests, this Fest will include big discounts, demos, and more for all things VR. You can check out the official Steam VR Fest trailer below!

*Not actually magic