Does the Oculus Quest 2 have expandable storage?

Metas Oculus Quest 2 recently got a nice upgrade to the base model. The original Oculus Quest 2 had a 64GB hard drive for game and app storage, but now the base model has been upgraded to 128GB.

There’s also a 256GB model that you can get hold of for an extra $ 100 in case you want to load up the console with all the games and apps you can find.

But what about expandable storage? Is there any way to update the hard drive space on your Oculus Quest 2 headset?

Can you upgrade Oculus Quest 2 storage?

Short answer: Lower Austria.

Unfortunately, you cannot add additional storage to your Oculus Quest 2 headset. What you see is what you get Therefore, it is important to find out which version of the headset is best for you before purchasing.

The only bright spot in the lack of expandable memory on the Oculus Quest 2 is that the majority of the games available now are relatively small. There have been some newer versions that are slightly larger, like Resident Evil 4 at 11.5GB. But most of the games are much smaller.

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However, this is definitely going to change as developers start using more features of the headset to deliver more impressive games. At some point, users will run into a problem where they have to keep deleting and reinstalling games.

It will be interesting to see how Meta deals with this problem when it finally occurs. Perhaps the next headset the company brings out will finally have an expandable storage option.

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