August 14, 2022

Many of the Quest 2’s most popular games, like Beat Saber or Superhot VR, all-but require users to stand while playing. Some developers have added a seated or short person mode for people with disabilities, kids, or people who simply prefer to play sitting down. However, a vast majority of games still make it difficult to do so.

Nobody wants to watch Netflix or play Tetris on their feet, but the Quest 2 doesn’t always feel like it’s built for the longer sessions that might come with playing while seated. If you’re looking for a more traditional, seated gaming experience, you’ll need a few things to help improve the experience. Here are some of the best seated VR accessories for Oculus Quest 2.

These VR accessories will improve your seated Oculus Quest 2 experience

Just keep in mind…