Meta Quest games releasing in April 2024


Meta Quest games releasing in April 2024

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What does April have in store for Meta Quest and Pico 4? The following VR games are expected to be released this month.

The titles are listed in chronological order by release date and accompanied by an official game description.

Occasionally, we also include DLCs and VR games that are released in the App Lab.

Please note that the following list is not necessarily complete. Some VR games are announced or postponed during the month.

With date

C-Smash VRS (Quest & Pico, April 4)

Official description:

C-Smash VRS fuses low-gravity racket action with block breaking challenges and incredible style in a cosmic setting.

Imagine feeling both stimulated and relaxed, your mind and full-body avatar at one with the best music and stunning visuals. A truly transportive experience.

Journey to the edge of space and time or play a variety of competitive modes against players worldwide. Build up a sweat in the Infinity mode, alone or with a friend.

C-Smash VRS is already available for Playstation VR 2.

Toy Monsters (Quest, April 11)

Official description:

Toy Monsters is a mixed-reality tabletop tower defense game inspired by other classic titles in the genre. Built from the ground up with hand tracking and mixed reality passthrough in mind.

Defend yourself against the hordes across 3 worlds, 33+ levels and bonus levels, bosses, and an endless mode.

As you progress through the levels, you’ll unlock new toys with unique special powers. You can enhance your toys with magical potions and use crystal power to unleash magic beams from your hands, transform your fingers into flamethrowers, and more.

Toy Monsters graduates from the App Lab to the Quest Store on April 11.

Big Shots (Quest, April 18)

Official description:

Gear up, team up, and exterminate! Become the ultimate mech pilot in BIG SHOTS, the action-packed VR roguelite where you’ll battle alien hordes, earn upgrades, and forge an unstoppable mech to reclaim Earth.

Soul Covenant (Quest, April 18)

Official description:

In the near future, the world is under control of a quantum artificial intelligence known as “Adam”, attempting to assume the role of a god. Adam believes that the role of god is to be an object of awe — one of overwhelming fear. The mech weapons known as “Deus Ex Machina,” feared as mechanical gods, launch a global invasion, slaughtering everyone who refuses to obey.

Close to humanity’s last stronghold, “Tokyo Ark,” enhanced humans known as “Avatars” engage in ferocious battles. Their main weapon, “Scapegoat,” is crafted from the remains of fallen comrades, in an endless cycle in which someone’s death helps those who keep fighting.

Tiny Archers (Quest & Pico, April 18)

Official description:

Draw your bow and defend the Northern Kingdom in this immersive VR tower defense archery game! Step into the role of the realm’s finest archer as you face waves of attacks from cunning goblins and ruthless orcs.

Tiny Archers graduates from the App Lab to the Quest Store on April 18th.

Anarchitects (Quest, April 23)

Official description:

Anarchitects is inspired by creative platforms such as Roblox and RecRoom, and incorporates physics-based mechanics akin to Garry’s Mod, with added social multiplayer in the mix.

Anarchitects is coming to App Lab.

Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye (Quest, April 25)

Official description:

Immerse yourself in the shadows, where danger lurks and every step leads you further to the edge of madness. Navigate the neon-lit streets as robo-detective Philip Log and search for Jenny Montage, the automated femme fatale, in this gritty post-apocalyptic saga. Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye brings you a whole new epic standalone tale to unfold. Solve sinister mysteries using your extendo-arms, and unravel the secrets of the city of robots.

Retropolis 2 graduates from the App Lab to the Quest Store on April 25th. The game is also available on Steam, and a PSVR 2 version will be released on May 24th.

Read our very positive review of the Quest version of Retropolis 1 & 2.

Without date

Nope Challenge (Quest)

Official description:

Nope Challenge offers an exhilarating VR gaming experience where you confront phobias including, but not limited to, clowns, spiders, and heights. Unique in its approach, the game empowers you with the Nope Button, allowing seamless shifts from gradually intensifying challenges to a calming Breather Space. This feature puts you in control, letting you dictate the pace and intensity of your personal gameplay experience.

Strike Rush (Quest)

Official description:

Embark on the Ultimate Battle Sports Event of the 22nd Century! This team-based XR FPS game thrives on communication with your AI companion, Blitzmon.

Traverse from Seoul-inspired landscapes to technologically advanced stadiums, immersing yourself in a unique and intense 4v4 battlefield.

Gear up for the thrill, pilot the colossal Colossus machine, and lead your team to victory with unmatched firepower!


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