Source: Nick Sutrich / Android Central

If you’ve already preordered an Oculus Quest 2 with the hope of playing PC VR games with it, you’re certainly in luck. Virtual Desktop is now testing a new alpha build featuring Oculus Quest 2 compatibility, with upgrades specifically geared towards the Oculus Quest 2’s ability to run games at a higher 90Hz refresh rate. That’s an 18Hz refresh rate improvement over the original Oculus Quest, and it makes games feel even more buttery smooth than before.

In addition to that, the Oculus Quest 2 supports Wi-Fi 6 routers with higher data transfer rates and lower latency, making your wireless PC VR games higher resolution, crisper, and more responsive than ever. I was able to test out the new version of Virtual Desktop on our Oculus Quest 2 review unit and found the experience to be significantly enhanced when compared to the existing Oculus Quest…

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