Images of the new Meta Quest Pro VR headset have allegedly been leaked. Fans knew that this headset was in development but nobody knew what it looked like, until now.
So how did this happen? Well, reports suggest that one of the headset’s developers accidentally left the device at a hotel, although there’s not much more information than that.
Now before we go any further, a Twitter user who posted the information said “The first pictures of an alleged Quest Pro have just been leaked.” So the word alleged is important here.
The first pictures of an alleged Quest Pro have just been leaked. pic.twitter.com/0X53v2AVYR
— Nathie (@NathieVR) September 11, 2022
Although we believe that this is the real deal, we should also view the images with a little skepticism just to be on the safe side. After all, this wouldn’t be the first time that someone has posted false information about a gaming device.
If the images are real then it’s going to be a very sleek device with small handheld controllers that look like they are easy and comfortable to use.
As for the release of this new product, it is supposed to be coming out at some point in October 2022. This doesn’t leave much time to announce or showcase their new product.
But the fact that the leaked images are of a fully packaged Quest Pro headset would suggest that the product is pretty much ready to be released and sold to the masses.
Something else that’s worth keeping in mind is the price. VR headsets are seldom cheap. The average mid-range VR headset costs between $300 and $600.
But the Meta Quest Pro VR headset isn’t a mid-range headset. This is going to be a top-of-the-line product, estimates for this product range from $1000 to an eye-watering $1,500.
One question that seems to be on the lips of all VR fans is whether this will be a worthwhile investment.
Unfortunately, there isn’t enough information out there at the minute to answer the question with any degree of accuracy.
However, if the previous VR headset is anything to go by then this new one should be a major success.