Most Popular Oculus Quest 2 Games & Apps – Free

One way to look at the most popular apps on the Quest store is to see which are earning the most reviews over a certain period of time. The ranking below shows which games saw the most reviews since our last check.

Rank Name Change in Ratings
#1 PokerStars VR +751
#2 Rec Room +501
#3 VRChat +431
#4 Horizon Worlds +297
#5 WIN Reality +245
#6 Liteboxer +214
#7 Supernatural +133
#8 FitXR – Boxing, HIIT and Dance Workouts +106
#9 Villa: Metaverse Terraforming Platform +92
#10 Echo VR +75
#11 Gun Raiders +68
#12 Bigscreen Beta +57
#13 Epic Roller Coasters +56
#14 République VR +50
#15 Meta Quest Browser +42
#16 Bait! +35
#17 Prime Video VR +32
#18 Poker VR – Multi Table Tournaments +32
#19 TRIPP +27
#20 Immersed 26

Rating change compared to August 2022

  • Among the 20 most popular free Quest apps
    • Median number of new ratings : 75 (−39)
  • Among all free Quest apps
    • Median number of new ratings: 11 (−10)

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  • Christian Schildwaechter

    For the first time since it was released, Resident Evil 4 is no longer in the Top 20 of most popular paid apps by new ratings, not even a year after release. Of course staying there for a year isn’t easy and it is based on a (very good) game from 2004 that lots of people will have already played. But there was so much hype and praise for finally getting a Quest AAA title that is is quite astonishing that its impact wasn’t more substantial.

    Everybody is asking for bigger games with longer campaigns, but the titles that continuously sell are the more casual ones that allow for repeated, shorter experiences. This may be due to technical or ergonomic limits of the Quest 2, but could also a sign that VR gaming is in some ways fundamentally different from pancake gaming.