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Absurd Viking-themed music rhythm game, Ragnarock, is coming to the Oculus Quest store next week.

Developer WanadevStudio confirmed that the game will be getting a full release on the official store page on October 21 via Twitter. Previously Ragnarok had been available on Oculus App Lab, which makes it one of a handful of recent games to graduate off of the experimental store, in which games are only discoverable through specific links, and into a headlining slot.

Ragnarock Oculus Quest Store Release Confirmed

Ragnarock is like a wave of other VR music games inspired by Beat Saber, only this time with a decided focus on metal. The game features 30 different tracks in which players hammer drums to matching symbols at the front of a Viking ship while others row. There’s multiplayer for up to six players in which you can race to the finish with the best performance, but you can just play by yourself too.

Themed environments including trips to Asgard and Nidavellir help round out the package. A PC VR version also launched in full in July after a stint in Early Access. Check out a trailer above.

We went hands-on with the game around launch and came away impressed with what it offered. October 21 is a busy day for Quest owners, as similarly rock-themed VR music game, Unplugged, and Resident Evil 4 VR release that day too.

Are you going to be picking up Ragnarock on the Oculus Quest store next week? Let us know in the comments below!

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Jamie has been covering the VR industry since 2014 having come from a gaming and technology background. While he loves games, he's most interested in experiential VR that explores narrative, human connection and other such themes. He's also the host of Upload's VR Showcases, which you should definitely watch.


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Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 — latest stock updates

If you're wondering where to buy the Oculus Quest 2 you've come to the right place. We've rounded up U.S. and U.K. retailers that are selling the virtual reality headset. Currently, Oculus Quest 2 restock can be found at a variety of retailers from Amazon to Walmart. 

The Oculus Quest 2 is one of our picks for the best VR headsets you can buy right now. Unlike VR headsets like the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, the Quest 2 has a built-in processor, which means you don't need to hook it up to one of the best gaming PCs to play VR games. Just bear in mind that you need to have a Facebook account to properly use the Quest 2. If you're happy with that, then you could be in for a VR treat, so check out the links below to see where to buy the Oculus Quest 2.

Where to buy Oculus Quest 2: links and stock updates

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Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 in the U.S.

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Amazon (back in stock)
The Oculus Quest 2 is a stand- alone device that delivers the best VR experience you can get without needing to connect to a powerful gaming PC or console. It packs a Snapdragon XR2 processor with 6GB of RAM, which is a notable step up in specs over the Snapdragon 835 CPU found in its predecessor. Amazon is selling in and out of stock. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Best Buy
Best Buy offers both the 128GB model and 256GB model of the Oculus Quest 2. Currently, only the 128GB model is in stock.View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Oculus
The Oculus store has had stock of both the 64GB and 256GB models. This is one of your best bets for scoring an Oculus Quest 2. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Adorama
Adorama currently has both Oculus Quest 2 models in stock, both selling at list price with no special deals.View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Target
Target has the 128GB configuration (both in-store and online). The 256GB model is not in stock at the moment. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: $299 at Newegg with $15 gift card.
The Oculus Quest 2 is sleek and comfortable, coming in at just over 1 pound. It's got an impressive game library, intuitive controls and good built-in audio, all of which makes this one of the best overall virtual reality headsets to date. Plus, with the Oculus Link cable and a suitably powerful PC, you can use it to play the best PC VR games too.
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Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 in the U.K.

Oculus Quest 2: £399 @ Oculus UK
The Oculus store has consistently had stock of both the 64GB and 256GB models. Both versions of the headset are on sale right now. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £399 @ Amazon
Amazon UK has the 256GB Oculus Quest 2 in stock. But if you want the 64GB version you'll have to buy through the Amazon Marketplace.View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £279 @ Game
Game has the Oculus Quest 2 in stock, both the 64GB and 256GB versions. It's also selling extra peripherals, like the PC link cable and a carry case. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £299 @ Argos
Argos has limited stock of the 64GB Quest 2. However, some locations won't deliver or aren't offering click and collect services. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £299 @ John Lewis
John Lewis has stock of both the 64GB and 256GB models. Both versions of the headset are available online right now. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £398 @ Very
Very has the 256GB model on sale. You can also buy it with the Oculus Link cable. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £398 @ Scan
Scan has stock of the 256GB Quest 2. However, there doesn't appear to be any hint of the 64GB version on sale. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: Which model to buy?

You can't really go wrong with either Oculu Quest 2 model. In our Oculus Quest 2 review, we concluded that it's the best VR headset you can buy, and praised its slick, intuitive design, faster performance and better resolution than its predecessor. And for $299, it's the cheapest standalone VR headset to offer 6DOF (meaning hand and head tracking in a 3D space). 

For casual gamers, the 128GB model should suffice. However, those who want to have a more extensive library of games and apps, may want to spend a little extra for the 256GB model to avoid constantly downloading and reinstalling software. More demanding games take up more space. Unfortunately, you cannot expand headset storage, so choose wisely.

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No share link in the app

Ok, I love the Quest and the app for that matter. My one big gripe is that there is no easy way for me to share a link to games in the Oculus store right from the app. Often I want to show a game I’m looking at with friends and family, and there just isn’t any convenient way from inside the app. This seems like a huge oversight from a company owned by Facebook who basically invented the share button. Nearly every other app on the iOS app store has this functionality as it is built right in to their API. I can click the share icon and share however I like. How has this feature gone missing? Seems like a no brainer. I would also like to be able to buy games from my phone/account for the other headsets in the family. Currently this process is extremely clunky and inconvenient. Make it easier to buy/share games and I assure you if you fixed these issues you would see a marked improvement in software sales, as well as go a long way to making your customers happier and less frustrated. Take a good long look at Xbox Live, PSN, or even the iOS app store and model your services after the best of each of them and the Quest will be even more of a hit.

Lacks Features And Has MAJOR Annoyances

For a socially focused platform, you’re not able to share links to games in any form, making it difficult to get friends into games you may think they like.

This app REFUSES, ABSOLUTELY REFUSES to let you use it without your phone’s Bluetooth turned on making a VERY simple task of allowing to you browse the oculus digital shop the most task possible with its REPEATED demands that you turn on Bluetooth.

Also to anyone that may want to purchase a headset for their family to use, Facebook does NOT allow multiple accounts on a single headset. On that same note be prepared for MANY problems if you buy a headset for a child as they will need their own Facebook account, which is AGAINST Facebook’s TOS if said child is younger than 13. AAAAND be prepared to have more problems if you create a new account for said child, as they may get flagged as a fake account if you’re creating your child’s account just for the Oculus Quest which can be banned and lose access to all purchases.

Updated review and Fix for pairing oculus quest

Okay, I finally got past the pairing issue I had where the oculus quest refused to pair. It turns out it was an issue where the iPhone required an iOS update and once I did that, it paired no problem. Developers should please add this to the help with setting up an oculus quest. After that, smooth sailing. App is great, quest works really well. While the battery life will last about 4 hours, it’s still good enough because you don’t want to be in it too long. All the apps and games are great. I hope more become available soon and that more become cross play as I have an oculus rift also and would enjoy some of those games on the quest as well. Beat saber is crazy good! Also, the oculus app has no lag or issues and you can find the games easy. I would like to see a complete browse all feature so you can scroll through every game available - not sure if I missed it. App is same on phone as it is within headset. Flawless integration. I would like to see a power off feature inside the headset instead of pressing and holding the button to shut down. Keep up the great work!

Hey ewizard, sorry to hear that you've come across troubles setting up your Oculus Quest. It sounds like you've done a quite a few troubleshooting steps already, so please out to our support so we can look into getting this resolved for you. Thanks! https://support.oculus.com/885981024820727/

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