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Oculus Quest 2 120Hz support pushed back

Just last week, we learned that 120Hz support would be coming to the Oculus Quest 2, with developers estimating a Q1 2021 release window. Unfortunately, things have shifted a bit since then, with 120Hz support being pushed back by several months. 

According to UploadVR, Facebook’s Quest Platform Roadmap, which is available to all Oculus developer account holders, 120Hz support for Quest 2 has been moved to a Q2 2021 launch window.

While the developers are currently targeting Q2 2021, there is a confidence listing next to this release window. At this point, the developers have ‘low’ confidence that this deadline can be met.

Facebook Reality Labs has been slowly implementing upgrades to the Quest 2 over time. Last year, the team delivered 90Hz display support and hand-tracking via the HMD’s sensors.

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KitGuru Says: It looks like we could be waiting for 120Hz Quest 2 support for a while longer than anticipated. Do any of you own a Quest 2 headset? Are you looking forward to the 120Hz upgrade? 

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