Over the last few months, Facebook has struggled to maintain any sort of stock levels for Oculus Quest and Rift S, whether that’s on the official website or elsewhere. If you’ve been keenly awaiting stock to return and have the cash waiting then today’s a good day to buy, as several countries are showing the headsets are available for purchase via Oculus.com.
The stock levels aren’t universal and likely won’t be maintained for long, but here are the stock listings as of this morning (14th May).
|Oculus Stock Levels||Oculus Quest||Oculus Rift S||Oculus Go|
Delivery won’t take that long either. On the UK website if you order today the estimated delivery in Tuesday, 19th May.
Oculus Quest has been the most popular of the two thanks to its easy standalone design, with no PC or cables to worry about. The device tends to see regular software releases on the Oculus Store, recent ones include fitness app Supernatural, Audio Trip, Pixel Ripped 1995, Felix & Paul Studios and Lies Beneath.
During an investor call in April, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said: “Quest has surpassed our expectations. I wish we could make more of them faster during this period.” By the looks of it the company has now begun catching up, with manufacturing in countries like China beginning to return.
Facebook is also looking towards what’s next for standalone VR, reportedly working on a smaller, lighter Oculus Quest.
Whether these stock levels continue to endure remains to be seen, certainly looking more positive. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Oculus, reporting back with the latest updates.