With a successful holiday season under its belt, Facebook was no doubt looking forward to resupplying its retail partners with more Oculus Quest & Rift S stock. However in a perfect storm of high demand, low supply, and on-going supply chain disruptions due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), both headsets have been largely unavailable for purchase.

Update (March 23rd, 2020): Stocks of the 128GB version of Quest have replenished  across the EU. Both Taiwan and Japan have lost stock on 64GB versions, although 128GB is still going strong . Rift S stocks are still very thin, however they’ve rebounded this weekend in Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.

NA is still without Quest and Rift S stock.

Original Article (March 13th, 2020): Although it’s hard to gauge exactly when you might be able to easily pick up either headset in greater numbers, Facebook’s Oculus is offering both Quest, its popular standalone headset, and Rift S, its PC VR headset, in a number of countries around the world.

The bad news: Canada and the United States are still without stock on both flavors of Quest, as well as Rift S. We’re keeping our eyes glued to its retail partners there, including NewEgg, Best Buy, and Amazon, as they tend to publish arrival dates for stock.

Quest & Rift S Availability by Country*

Country 64 GB 128 GB Rift S
Australia × × ×
Austria ×
Belgium ×
Denmark ×
Finland ×
France ×
Germany ×
Iceland ×
Italy ×
Ireland ×
Japan × ×
Netherlands ×
New Zealand × × ×
Norway ×
Poland ×
South Korea
Spain ×
Sweden ×
Switzerland ×
Taiwan ×
United Kingdom ×
United States

To keep an eye along with us on Oculus’ Quest and Rift S stock, simply head to oculus.com and change the country in the drop down menu at the bottom of the page.

*We’ll be keeping this list up to date every few days until Quest & Rift S stock have been more or less restored.

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  • Xron

    No chances to get one in Lithuania aswell it seems… ;/

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  • vtid

    The Rift S is currently available in the UK at Currys.

  • NooYawker

    Looks like they’re are available at all three sites listed. Newegg has 64GB version, Best buy 128, Amazon has both being sold by 3rd party vendors charging a premium.

  • Lucas Cunningham

    I’d be interested to know the status of Oculus Link cable availability too. It’s currently out of stock in the US.

    • Paulo Salvatore

      You can buy any USB-C 3.0 cable. Oculus’ official website link to an Anker 6ft cable that works pretty good.

      • Lucas Cunningham

        You sure can. I’d argue that the extra 10ft you get from the Oculus cable is important though. Most other cables that are decently long are also pretty heavy or require additional power.

        I think that it would be interesting to see this column for more insight on how heavily their inventory is limited. The value of the specific cable is another discussion.

        • Linda

          there are 10″ cables available for a very reasonable price. better than nothing. been using it for 3 months now. works fine.

  • Kaput

    forget it
    get on board this:

    • It’s a different device, it is not a substitute

    • Scotty Myers

      How bout YOU forget about it.

    • Moe Curley

      That is a completely different family of devices. It will not have any of the capability of this headset. It will be a media viewer/casual gaming device.

  • Cool to know it is now back in stock. Also because VR may be beneficial to people that have to stay at home because of the lockdown

    • Caplico

      Where is it in stock? I can’t find it anywhere aside from amazon where it”s overpriced

  • Obviously Now in the USA there is nothing. Except ebay where the 64gb model is now $520… Damn scalpers

  • AJ_74

    The strategic shortages backfired, as right when they might have seen a surge in sales they ran into Coronavirus-related supply issues. Half-Life: Alyx might have bought VR another year before Facebook, Valve and HTC abandoned it entirely, but now it looks like Coronavirus might halve that time frame.