Make the Asgard's Wrath offer available for EVERY Quest 2 owner
What a horrendous marketing move.
You're basically telling everyone who bought the Quest 2 to go f- themselves. Too bad if you're an early adopter.
In addition, most of us who bought the Q2 can still refund it and get a new one cheaper, and with a free game.
you are being greedy and its stupid. why would oculus just give away a game to anyone who has a headset. that would be a bad business decision.
Andrej Ch commented
Nobody deserves new discounts/promotions based on their past purchase. Get over yourselves and stop whining.
You can contact oculus support and ask for the game and they will need purchase information and even if you bought your quest 2 early they will still give the game for free
I love how oculus gave away a non quest game for the quest getting people to use pc even though the selling point was to be a standalone headset. It did prove to me 1 thing though, the oculus quest 2 is a **** good vr headset on pc and stands up to pcvr headset competition. Its no wonder oculus have stopped selling the main headset
John A commented
Hi Guys, just an update for those who want the game, Oculus already made this available to all those who got the Oculus quest 2 so far. You just need to Contact oculus support via chat. Keep your receipt ready to upload in PDF format, your oculus userid and your device serial number (you can get this from the app). Please free to claim your game before the deadline Jan 31st.
Does seem a bit unfair to penalise early adopters
"early adopter" sounds like we bought it years ago. I just bought mine four weeks ago. Giving something away for free one month after launch, but not giving it to people who supported the launch is crazy.
Still not available in south korea... Koreans are not included in "Every Quest 2 owner"? then why did they even take my money for it?
You can't be serious Oculus....really? I guess the returns will start rolling in if you don't rectify this abandonment of early adopters asap.
I bought the **** thing 2 weeks ago, my money was spent all the same.
Why celebrate only giving away a game to people that didn't help during the beta period of the link, instead of the ones that we're actually testing the link and giving their feedback and promoting the feature through social media. This is just plain infuriating and insulting to early users....
Jared Ashley Fire commented
yeah give me free game please uwu
Keith Garland commented
Bought and activated my Quest 2 on 15th November so was pretty gutted I’ve missed out on this promo within less than a week. Nice one!
Having already bought Asgard's Wrath I would also like owners who have bought the game before the promotion to get a refund as well.
I think the Quest 2 is an amazing piece of kit but there is zero chance I would pre order a Quest 3 in the future if this is the way you treat early adopters, very poor business decision
ive bought asgarth wrath last week and oculus last month it's really an injustice indignate
This insult all new buyers
Jorge Muñoz Martínez commented
Indignante, todos los que apoyamos oculus quest 2 desde el principio nos sentimos parte de una broma pesada, y no justamente en el lado de los que se ríen.
Riaan Aspeling commented
This is utter BS that I miss out on this game just because I was one of the first to purchase one.
Jack Howard commented
The Quest 2 has only been out a month. This is so insulting to early buyers.
Do something or say something.
It's insulting for us who bought your stuff ! (In my case, headset, your expensive cable and strap cause the original was a joke.)
Stop kidding, give us the game, we deserve it.
Purchased mine about a week ago, and was avoiding even booting up Oculus PC software. Had I not, it appears I would have been eligible. How is being less savvy or less thorough in testing supposed to be cause for award in consumers? If this was 3-6 months post launch, or even a black Friday special that only was activated if you bought the game through Oculus store and was added to the cart, I could understand. My issue is it appears to be entirely based on when you sign into the PC platform with a newly connected Quest 2, which is very discretionary between users. Someone thoroughly testing the unit gets shafted, while someone who put it under the Christmas tree and left it to rot gets the game regardless of being bought on the same day. I could be misunderstanding the policy, but based on my understanding it is poorly thought out.