Leaked Quest 2 Box Reveals ‘The Climb 2’ & ‘Jurassic World Aftermath’ Games – Road to VR

A supposedly leaked Quest 2 box exposes brand-new video games pertaining to Oculus Quest like The Climb 2 and Jurassic World: Aftermath.

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

Image courtesy charliefrench2oo8 Initially launched on Oculus Rift in 2017, The Climb by Crytek stays among the most ranked games on Oculus Rift and succeeded enough the get ported to Oculus Quest in late 2019.

Now 2 pictures supposedly of the Quest 2 box have actually appeared online, apparently coming from on Craigslist. While we have not had the ability to independently verify that this is undoubtedly the headset’s box, there’s lots of right minor details which give the appearance of authenticity.

It appears the floodgates have opened following the confirmed leak of Quest 2 earlier this week which distributed a lot of the headset’s core specs including a Snapdragon XR2 chip and high resolution display.

Now it appears Crytek is producing a sequel which, given its depiction on the back of the box, could be a Quest 2 launch title. While the company declined to talk about its roadmap for VR content, we recently observed Crytek was employing a ‘VR Rendering Engineer’ which recommends continuous VR development.


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

Jurassic World: Aftermath is a name we haven’t seen verified 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 formerly released on Oculus headsets like Go and Gear VR. Jurassic World: Aftermath might also be a video experience, but with Quest’s focus on gaming rather than video, we ‘d state there’s a likelihood this is a an interactive experience if not a full blown game.

, obviously originating on Craigslist. Now it seems Crytek is creating a follow up which, offered its representation on the back of the box, might be a Quest 2 launch title. Facebook Connect (formerly Oculus Connect) is right around the corner!

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