The First $100 You Should Spend on Meta Quest Games

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So you’ve just gotten your greasy mitts on a Quest 2 or Quest 3, and you’re wondering what to buy after you’ve exhausted all of the best free games and experiences out there. Whether you’re into active games, puzzles, or just want to slice or shoot the ever-living crap out of something, we’re here to help you settle into your new headset with a few games that should keep you playing for hundreds of hours yet to come.

Note: This list includes only native Quest games. Don’t forget that you can also play PC games with Quest Link, Air Link, or Valve’s Steam Link, and of course a VR-ready PC. Find out if your PC is ready for Link.

This list is a great starting point if you’re looking to burn pretty close to a single Benjamin, although you should definitely check out our list of the best and most rated Meta Quest games now available, which also includes prices to help you whittle away your hard-earned cash.

Each genre section breaks down pretty close to $100 bucks, which includes games for cardio freaks, shooter fans, puzzle nerds, fantasy swordplay geeks, and much more. You can click through each category, or pick and mix using the legend below:

Multiplayer Shooting Madness

Population: One – $30

Population One is VR’s premier battle royale, letting you team up in massive PVP matches so you can climb, glide, run, and scrounge your way to victory. You’ll be battling against teams of hardcore players in this heavily populated, cross-platform shooter, so make sure to pick your squad wisely.

‘Population: One’ on Quest

Onward – $25

The Quest version of Onward was widely maligned for bringing down the PC VR experience when it went cross-platform, but it’s still one of the best mil-sims on Quest. This online mil-sim shooter is filled with hardcore users thanks to its realism, which means you’ll need to use all of the sort of military tactics to win against the other team. Communicate clearly, make sure you’re not running ahead of the pack Leroy Jenkins-style, and get good at shooting.

‘Onward’ on Quest

Breachers – $30

In Breachers, you plan your assault or orchestrate your defense as a team through intense close-quarters combat. Whether you play as an enforcer or a revolter, master your nifty gadgetry, customize your powerful weaponry and beat your opponents in stunning environments. Intuitive to grasp. Endlessly playable. Basically Counter-Strike.

‘Breachers’ on Quest

Ghosts of Tabor – $20

Ghosts of Tabor is an extraction-based game with both PVP and PVE survival where you will have to use your wits, skills and resources to survive. Inspired by games such as Escape from Tarkov and Day Z, the game features a variety of scenarios from scavenging, looting to crafting. Make your safehouse your own by building your personal collection weapons and gear to display in your armory.

‘Ghosts of Tabor’ on Quest

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