8 Best VR Headset for VRchat

Virtual Reality is the only way to travel and experience virtual work, In recent years VR has started to gain traction because of how much VR and VR games have evolved.

Though it still appears to be very much in a time of flux, with headsets growing and going fairly fast. We’re looking for the best best VR headset for VRchat.

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Oculus Quest 2

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The Oculus Quest 2 is Lightweight, comfortable, and powerful enough to run impressively detailed virtual reality experiences, the Oculus Quest 2 is the best VR headset that Oculus has made so far.

Price, game library, and overall ease of use make it the best entry point into virtual reality yet.

Oculus Rift S

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The Oculus Rift S is certainly a more convenient entry point into PC-based VR. But its concessions for accessibility haven’t improved the overall experience of entering into virtual worlds.

HTC Vive

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The HTC Vive Cosmos is a technically powerful VR headset, but it has a very high price of $700. It has a fairly high resolution, improved motion controllers, and it doesn’t require any external sensors.

If you have the budget, the HTC Vive is the best virtual reality experience on the market.

Valve Index

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The headset itself looks, well, like a VR headset. It weighs a few over 800g, which is much by today’s headset standards, but the weight is fair enough to keep it comfortable for longer play sessions, and the padded head strap helps. 

The Index has a resolution of 1440 x 1600 per eye and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

HP Reverb G2

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The HP Reverb G2 is a very comfortable headset with fantastic audio and fantastic display clarity. The field of view is narrower than we’d like, but not a deal-breaker. The real tragedy is tracking.

Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality Tracking was the Achilles heel of the original Reverb, and it’s sadly still the fatal flaw here. It’s the only reason we can’t recommend this headset unless you want just an HMD with no motion controllers.

It doesn’t quite have the accuracy of the Valve Index or HTC Vive Pro, but it’s cheaper and easier to set up than both.

HTC Vive Cosmos Elite

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Road to VR

The HTC Vive Cosmos and Cosmos Elite are almost same PC-tethered VR headsets that can grow to match the needs of your virtual reality game collection.

Both versions use the same 2880 x 1700 resolution LCD and halo-style headband, but the front faceplate swaps out to allow you to jump from one set of skills to another.

It’s nice that the Cosmos’ unique modular design allows you to invest less upfront and upgrade as you go, but even the high-end HTC Vive Cosmos Elite isn’t better than the Valve Index.

Samsung Odyssey+

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The Samsung HMD Odyssey+ is a 6DOF PC VR headset made by Samsung, a world-famous technology manufacturer from South Korea.
This VR headset has so many features like a Wider eye box: offers users a wider viewing area, Redesigned nose fitting: offers users a more comfortable fit, Anti-fog feature: therefore it reduces fogging of the lenses and an improved VR experience, Native SteamVR support: thus out of the box compatibility.

Pansonite 3D VR Glasses

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The sound quality in the Pansonite VR headset is decent for its price point. It supports 360-degree sound, even if it doesn’t feel like it fills the room. 

It is slightly tinny and lacking in mids and bass, but it’s nothing shameful when compared to similarly priced headsets or even cheap earbuds.

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Pratik Ranjan
Lead Writer, Editor, and Founder of Gamers Discussion Hub



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