The idea of a native Roblox for Quest 2 and the metaverse makes sense and it is well known that the makers of the game have been drooling over the idea of bringing the game to the metaverse ever since it became a publically traded entity in 2021. I have to admit I am very intrigued, especially since my daughter dragged me into Roblox a few years back only to abandon me mid-game leaving me to explore the world alone, and it was entertaining. The fun part about Roblox is you can choose to play established games or create an entirely new world using built-in tools that are at your disposal. When you’re done having fun creating your own world you can travel through worlds created by friends, family, or other creatives. It’s not a bad way to spend a rainy afternoon. The idea of doing so in a native Quest app that is even more immersive does appeal to me and we will keep you in the loop once we hear more.
Currently, if you have a gaming PC and a suitable VR headset, you can play Roblox in virtual reality. A speculated announcement, on the other hand, teases the Meta Quest 2, a completely unique and immersive gaming experience. The popular world-building game would soon be heading to the metaverse, according to Bloxy News, a site dedicated to all things Roblox, which tweeted that an official announcement would follow shortly. Although neither Roblox nor Meta have made any official announcements—despite the word “officially” appearing in the Bloxy News Tweet—it is only logical that there would be a version of the Quest 2 that does not require a PC to be connected.
Mark has spent 20 years headlining comedy shows around the country and made appearances on ABC, MTV, Comedy Central, Howard Stern, Food Network, and Sirius XM Radio. He has written about every topic imaginable, from dating, family, politics, social issues, and tech. He wrote his first tech articles for the now-defunct Dads On Tech 10 years ago, and his passion for combining humor and tech has grown under the tutelage of the Laptop Mag team. His penchant for tearing things down and rebuilding them did not make Mark popular at home, however, when he got his hands on the legendary Commodore 64, his passion for all things tech deepened. These days, when he is not filming, editing footage, tinkering with cameras and laptops, or on stage, he can be found at his desk snacking, writing about everything tech, new jokes, or scripts he dreams of filming.