Save $50 On A Meta Quest 2 Bundle With This Black Friday Deal

Save $50 On A Meta Quest 2 Bundle With This Black Friday Deal
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Daniel Hollis


25th Nov 2022 12:46

Black Friday is finally upon us, and with it, an array of awesome deals to take advantage of. As we’re amidst the gaming season, along with Christmas just around the corner, there’s plenty of opportunity to jump into some massive savings and grab some incredible gaming goodies.

One of the best deals going right now is a Meta Quest 2 bundle, which includes Resident Evil 4 and Beat Saber. If you’ve been looking to make the jump to VR, there has never been a better time.

Meta Quest 2 With Resident Evil 4 And Beat Saber Black Friday Deal

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If you’ve never made the jump to VR, the Meta Quest 2 is the perfect introduction for anyone on the fence. Alternatively, it’s a great substitute for those looking to engage with a more accessible VR experience. Featuring no wires and two wireless controllers, it allows an extra degree of freedom not often found in other headsets on the market.

Clocking in at 128 GB, you’ll have plenty of storage for the vast library of games available, including many that are promised to be joining in the coming months. Not only that but along with the fact it comes bundled with Resident Evil 4 and Beat Saber - arguably the two biggest games on the system - it’s hard to turn your nose up at a price like this.

What makes this deal even more lucrative is the fact Meta recently increased the price of the Meta Quest 2, but the discount puts it even lower than it was before the price hike. For those looking to spook themselves this holiday season, you can’t go wrong with Resident Evil 4, whilst anyone looking for one of the best rhythm games in the history of gaming, Beat Saber will be right up your alley.

If you’re in the market for a VR headset, the Meta Quest 2 is now $349.99 at Best Buy, marking a $50 saving.

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