Facebook announced that the Oculus Quest headset will soon support multiple users. This feature will allow Quest owners to set up secondary accounts on their headsets, which will allow others to log in and access content shared by the primary user, while maintaining separate saves of data and achievements.
The primary account holder will be able to add three secondary accounts and share apps on a single device, although Facebook says you can share purchased content between the three headsets in the future. The company can also adjust these parameters based on feedback. Apps will automatically join the sharing function, but developers can opt out before February 1
Quest 2’s Facebook account requirements have been controversial and there is no doubt that nothing has changed here-secondary account users will have to log in with their Facebook accounts. However, for families that already have multiple Quest users, these features should make life easier.
Facebook said that the feature will enter Quest 2 in experimental form next month, which means you can switch it to open in the settings menu and then release it to all Quest headsets (including original models).