Several other platforms like Steam, PlayStation, etc. offer family sharing for multiple users in the same household. The same game can’t be played at the same time across multiple accounts or devices, but can be shared within a household in the same way that physical media works.
Kirk Gray commented
This is a major reason I am not buying another Oculus Quest system to play against my daughter. Having to buy the same games at the same costs is not reasonable and will cost Oculus in lost multi-unit sales revenue through the years.
Think about it Oculus.
Kenneth Chang commented
Plus, if on same LAN, enable multiplayer between family members if one of the family member owns the game.
I was planning to get all of my family members a Quest for multiplayer games but the games gonna cost too much...
OR at least introduce bundle pricing (e.g. 4 packs for 50% off ).
Vasant Balasubramanian commented
PLEASE. I am waiting for this!
Steve Kondris commented
Please!! I was all set to buy 3 headsets but then read that there is no family account / family sharing like on the Xbox and Playstation.??? PLEASE ADD THIS IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS 2019!
Török Roland commented
"The same game can’t be played at the same time across multiple accounts or devices," You can with an Xbox 360-Xbox One-PC, Multiple Xbox One with friend or something. There is no same time limit like in Steam.
This would be great but I think having the option to switch between users on Quest has to be implemented first, see https://oculus.uservoice.com/forums/921937-oculus-quest/suggestions/37711489-multiple-users.
Yes - i want my daughter to play their own campaign in beat saber
James Lane commented
Actually on Xbox the same games can be played at the same time on different consoles