Own an Oculus Quest 2 headset and are looking to improve your virtual reality (VR) gaming with new accessories? Then you may want to look at VR Cover’s mid-year sale which is currently running until the end of this week. VR Cover has heavily leaned into accessories for the Quest 2 since the headset launched, offering new facial interfaces, lens covers and controller grips.
It doesn’t matter if you head to the European, US or Worldwide stores, all the Oculus Quest 2 accessories have been discounted, with most around the 30% mark. If you’re looking for more comfort then the Facial Interface & Foam Replacement Set (in a range of colours) is down from €29.00 EUR/$29.00 USD to €20.30/$20.30. Or for those energetic VR sessions how about a Silicone Cover for €9.80/$9.80 instead of €14.00/$14.00. Find yourself smacking the walls or furniture? Then the Halo Controller Protector might be a useful addition for €10.50/$10.50 (normally €15/$15).
While there are a lot of accessories for the Oculus Quest 2, if you own another headset VR Cover does cater for other devices just not as extensively. For example, there’s the Facial Interface and Foam Replacement Set (€20.30/$20.30) and the Silicone Cover (€9.80/$9.80) for HP Reverb G2
If you own a Valve Index there’s the cotton VR Cover for $15.20 (down from $19.00) or the Interface & Foam Replacement Basic Set for $31.20 (normally $39.00). The same goes for Oculus Rift S with the cotton VR Cover retailing for $13.30 instead of $19, and the Silicone Cover for $8.40 (normally $14.00). So there are a few deals and saves to be had.
It’s worth noting that while Oculus does sell its own accessories via its website including VR Cover’s very own Facial Interface & Foam Replacement Set, there are no offers on currently. So it’s best to go direct to source.
The VR Cover mid-year sale runs until 26th June (11.59pm EDT). For Quest 2 owners, if you happen to spend over €50/$50 then add a Silicone Cover for Oculus Quest 2 to your cart, you’ll get it for free. For all the latest VR deals and savings, keep reading VRFocus.