A purportedly leaked Quest 2 box reveals new games coming to Oculus Quest like The Climb 2 and Jurassic World: Aftermath.

It seems the floodgates have opened following the confirmed leak of Quest 2 earlier this week which gave away many of the headset’s core specifications including a Snapdragon XR2 chip and high resolution display.

Now two photos purportedly of the Quest 2 box have surfaced online, apparently originating on Craigslist. While we haven’t been able to independently verify that this is indeed the headset’s box, there’s plenty of correct minor details which give the appearance of authenticity.

The back of the box highlights six games coming to the headset, two of which were previously unknown: The Climb 2 and Jurassic World: Aftermath. The other games on the box are Star Wars: Tales From the Galaxy’s Edge, Horizon, Population: One, and Beat Saber.

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Originally released on Oculus Rift in 2017, The Climb by Crytek remains one of the most rated games on Oculus Rift and was successful enough the get ported to Oculus Quest in late 2019.

Now it seems Crytek is creating a sequel which, given its depiction on the back of the box, could be a Quest 2 launch title. While the company declined to comment on its roadmap for VR content, we recently noticed Crytek was hiring a ‘VR Rendering Engineer’ which suggests ongoing VR development.

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Jurassic World: Aftermath is a name we haven’t seen confirmed for VR previously, but Jurassic World itself is no stranger to VR. Two VR video experiences Jurassic World: Apatosaurus (2015) and Jurassic World: Blue (2018) were previously released on Oculus headsets like Go and Gear VR. Jurassic World: Aftermath could also be a video experience, but with Quest’s emphasis on gaming rather than video, we’d say there’s a good chance this is a an interactive experience if not a full blown game.

Facebook Connect (formerly Oculus Connect) is right around the corner! Stay tuned to Road to VR on Wednesday, September 16th for the most important VR news and announcements.

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  • Ad

    Is anyone else amazed at
    1. How awful the graphic design on the front is?
    2. That Population One is with all the Facebook made games on the back? Did it drop off the earth because they bought the company out? It’s a Fortnite clone so we can see what their target demographic is.

    • Not Ad

      ok boomer

    • xyzs

      Well, look at the box as long long as you want, I look at the lenses personally.
      What is wrong with targeting teenager market? Video games can please anyone.

    • James Cobalt

      Nothing around this headset is marketed at enthusiasts or even people familiar with VR; it’s to people who are curious but cautious (because that’s the mainstream). Facebook has a lot of money and smart people who know how to position scary products to the masses. I wouldn’t be surprised if this is authentic; it’s aggressively unthreatening.

      • Ad

        Surprised the whole community is so blase about being replaced, but yes you’re right. Although it should feel fully baked.

  • Ron

    “leaked” lol

    • silvaring

      If it was on Craiglist it may have gone from leaked to sold : P

  • Will H

    It looks like it says 64GB on top of the box and shows it comes with controllers. If this isn’t fake packaging (I truly hope nobody at Facebook signed off on that design)and the 64GB does sell at $300 that’d be a steal.

  • The front box design is pretty bad. Also the logo Oculus doesn’t have the “from Facebook” graphics like in the videos. I really hope that this is just a prototype design and not the final box

  • Gimme, Gimme, Gimme….

  • silvaring

    Even though this should technically be the start of the new gen in VR, it feels like Facebook is still trying to market it like a last gen product. So weird…

    but I guess they have first mover advantage now so lots of dupes will get locked into Oculus until we see some alternatives come to market. Any ETA on the other ‘big’ manufacturers coming to market guys?

    • Nla

      Sony is the only one right now i think.
      HP, Valve etc are just for computers and not a “system”.

      • silvaring

        Computers arent systems?

        • Nla

          Sorry my bad English.
          HP, Valve etc headset är just a computer device. Oculus is hardware with own Eco system like Playstation.

    • TechPassion

      It was not even presented so how do you assume they market it this or other way? They did not even confirm it..

      • silvaring

        Well obviously I’m going by this leak. If I’m wrong then I’m wrong, we will see in a few hours.

  • OkinKun

    There’s no reason for that Box to be so wide.. With soft straps, they can fit it inside a much smaller box.

  • gus

    You know the two single things that looks amazing and is amazing in 2020 are the Oculus Quest 2 and……. The PS5!!! Am I right or am I right?