If you’re one of the lucky owners of a hard-to-find Oculus Quest, rest assured that your investment now has even longer until it can be considered “out of date”. That’s because the next-generation Oculus Quest 2, code-named Del Mar, may just see a delay until sometime in 2021. That’s according to industry insiders spoken to by Bloomberg, who are citing supply chain shortages and problems related to factory workers being out of work due to COVID-19.

Facebook reportedly was set to announce the next-generation Oculus Quest 2 at its annual Oculus Connect conference, which has now been shifted to an entirely digital format, and seems likely to no longer include a new hardware announcement. But a delay could spell positive news for Facebook, as the company has been unable to provide a consistent supply of headsets since the launch of the Oculus Quest this time last year. This could give…

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