Today Meta launched the Meta Quest Pro, all-in-one VR headset that the company says represents a major leap forward for VR hardware.

The device features high-res sensors for robust mixed reality experiences, crisp LCD displays for sharp visuals, a completely new and sleeker design, plus eye tracking and Natural Facial Expressions to help your avatar reflect you more naturally in VR.

The Meta Quest Pro will be available for purchase on October 25 for $1,499.99 USD, and that includes the headset, Meta Quest Touch Pro controllers, stylus tips, partial light blockers, and a charging dock. You can pre-order Meta Quest Pro from the Meta Store starting today in any country where Meta Quest products are supported, and from select retail partners, including: Best Buy in the US and Canada, Argos and Currys in the UK, and FNAC and Boulanger in France. You can also pre-order from Amazon in the US, UK, Canada, and France.

The Meta Quest Pro is the first-ever device powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2+ platform, which is optimized for VR to run at 50% more power than Meta Quest 2 with better thermal dissipation, resulting in significantly better performance. Each Meta Quest Pro comes with 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and 10 high-res sensors (five inside the headset and five outside) that help enhance a variety of immersive experiences.


Meta Quest Pro’s entirely new optical stack replaces the Fresnel lenses in Meta Quest 2 with thin pancake optics that fold light several times over, reducing the depth of the optical module by 40% while providing clear and sharp visuals. The two LCD displays use local dimming and quantum dot technology to provide richer and more vivid colors. Meta’s custom local dimming tech, powered by specialized backlight hardware and accompanying software algorithms, can control more than 500 individual LED blocks independently, giving the displays 75% more contrast.

Meta Quest Pro also has 37% more pixels per inch and 10% greater pixels per degree than Meta Quest 2, making everything from reading text to playing games look better. Additionally, there’s a 25% improvement in full-field visual sharpness in the center view, 50% improvement in the peripheral region, and 1.3X larger color gamut than Meta Quest 2.


Meta Quest Pro has an all-new sensor architecture with high-res outward-facing cameras that capture 4X the pixels as Meta Quest 2’s external cameras, unlocking a high-definition, full-color mixed reality experience. On Meta Quest 2, Passthrough lets you see the world outside your device in black and white. But with Meta Quest Pro, you can view your physical environment in full color. This helps developers create more robust mixed reality experiences using Meta’s Presence Platform suite of tools.

Meta Quest Pro features stereoscopic mixed reality Passthrough, which combines multiple sensor views to create a natural view of the world in 3D. Compared to monoscopic passthrough solutions, this results in a higher quality and more comfortable experience with better depth perception and fewer visual distortions for both close-up and room-scale mixed reality scenarios.

Mixed reality on Meta Quest Pro lets you combine your physical environment with virtual elements in a realistic way, leading to enhanced social presence, productivity, and collaboration. Instead of being confined to the dimensions of your desk, you can set up a big virtual workspace with multiple screens spread all around you while still using your physical keyboard and mouse in productivity apps like Immersed. Or if you’re a furniture designer, you can create detailed 3D models with other people in real time using Arkio and Gravity Sketch, and then see how they look in your actual living room. And with Presence Platform’s Scene understanding and Shared Spatial Anchors, developers can build virtual objects that interact with your physical space—even in co-located experiences where two or more people can play or work together in VR while in the same physical space. Check out Meta’s Presence Platform update blog post to learn more.


Thanks to its pancake lenses and the curved-cell battery that sits at the back of the headset, Meta Quest Pro is Meta’s slimmest and most balanced VR device. Meta Quest Pro features a continuous lens spacing adjustment mechanism, accommodating inter-pupillary distances (IPDs) between 55mm and 75mm (a larger range than Meta Quest 2, which accommodates IPDs between 58mm and 72mm). The headset also lets you adjust the lens distance from your eyes with a new eye relief dial to optimize fit, face tracking, and viewing experience. This enables a more diverse range of people to fine-tune the headset to their liking.

Meta Quest Pro is designed with an open periphery, letting you use your peripheral vision to stay present in your environment while you multitask between the real and virtual worlds. If you want to be more immersed while using Meta Quest Pro, you can snap on the magnetic partial light blockers that are included in the box. For a more traditional VR experience, you also have the option to purchase full light blocker attachments when they release later this year.


The Meta Quest Pro features brand-new controllers. They come with a major new feature: Three built-in sensors in each controller track their position in 3D space independent of the headset, giving you a full 360-degree range of motion. This ensures stable tracking across all of your VR apps.

The controllers have been re-engineered to be more ergonomic and balanced, making them feel like natural extensions of your hands. They also come with upgraded haptics using our new TruTouch Haptics system to provide a wider and more precise range of feedback, as well as rechargeable batteries. With the charging dock and 45W USB-C power adapter that are included when you buy Meta Quest Pro, you can keep both your headset and controllers charged and ready to go.


With eye tracking and Natural Facial Expressions, Meta Quest Pro brings us a step closer to showing your authentic self in the metaverse. You’ll be able to make lasting memories in multiplayer apps like Wooorld, which makes it possible to take virtual trips across the globe, exploring 3D maps and 360° images with friends and family.

Both eye tracking and Natural Facial Expressions are off by default. If you choose to turn them on, images of your eyes and face stay on the headset, are deleted after processing, and are never shared with Meta or third-party apps. You can learn more about Meta Quest Pro’s privacy controls here.

Social experiences on Meta Quest Pro will only get better over time as more developers build apps that support these features with Presence Platform’s Movement SDK, which Meta is also launching today.


In addition to the new headset and controllers, pre-orders are now open for a variety of related accessories that can boost your Meta Quest Pro experience.

  • Meta Quest Pro Compact Charging Dock ($79.99 USD, out October 25): This two-in-one dock charges your Touch Pro controllers and any Meta Quest headset with a USB-C connection. A 45W USB-C power adapter is included.
  • Meta Quest Pro Full Light Blocker ($49.99 USD, out November 22): A full light-blocking facial interface that easily attaches to Meta Quest Pro for a more immersive experience.
  • Meta Quest Pro VR Earphones ($49.99 USD, out October 25): Tune out background noise and step into a high-fidelity audio experience with a customized fit. Works with the light blocking accessories in place. Separate right and left earphones can connect to either side of the headset, which helps prevent cables from crossing over one another in your field of view.
  • Meta Quest Pro Carry Case from Incase ($119.95 USD, out October 25): A custom-fit inner shell with interior pockets securely stores your Meta Quest Pro and accessories. A lightweight outer shell provides on-the-go protection.


The Meta Quest line of devices will continue to exist alongside Meta Quest Pro as an accessible entry point for VR, and there’s a ton of content and updates still planned for Meta Quest 2. Meta Quest Pro is also backwards compatible with the Meta Quest 2 catalogue, which means you can enjoy a vast array of immersive games and entertainment experiences on Day One. Moving forward, some apps will have certain features like Natural Face Expressions that are only compatible with the new headset.

Eventually, the use cases that catch on with Meta Quest Pro will help inform what features and content Meta will add to their entry-level line of headsets.

You can pre-order your Meta Quest Pro today, and starting today, you can try Meta Quest Pro in person at the Meta Store in Burlingame, California by booking an appointment here. On October 14, demos will also be available in select locations for the following retailers: Best Buy in the US, Currys in the UK, and FNAC and Boulanger in France. And if you’re attending Adobe Max in Los Angeles October 18 – 20, you can visit Booth #825 to get hands-on with Meta Quest Pro there.