The Oculus Quest 2 is easily one of the best VR headsets available for both beginners and seasoned VR veterans alike. In fact, we’d go so far as to say it’s a must-have device if you’re looking for a top-tier VR system.
The Oculus Quest 2 is growing hugely popular, especially this past holiday season. The Quest 2 allows you to (almost literally) step inside gaming worlds, as well as access 360-degree video content and apps covering all genres. This does include streaming services, but can you watch Disney+ on Oculus Quest 2? Read on for the details!
Disney+ on Oculus Quest 2
We have good news and bad news. We’ll start off with the bad news. Disney hasn’t created a dedicated app for the Oculus Quest 2, and it doesn’t look like they have any plans to create one at the moment. However, don’t fear Quest 2 fans; Disney+ does work with Oculus Browser! You’ll need to log in as usual to Disney+ as you would on a computer from the Oculus browser, and you’ll be streaming in no time!
Disney+ has not yet launched a native app for any VR headset, let alone the Oculus Quest. Other streaming services, such as Netflix, have expanded to offer an Oculus Quest app, so Disney could offer an app in the future, potentially.
Disney has already experimented with an app for Oculus with the launch of Disney Movies VR. The app transports you into the wonderful world of Disney from your very own living room. This app is a fully-immersive experience where you visit themed worlds, including Disney, Marvel and Lucasfilm, and interact with some of your favorite characters in their natural environments. You’ll be able to choose from multiple scenes in Disney movies and be a part of the action! Disney Movies VR is your ticket to full immersion into the many Disney experiences optimized for virtual reality.
There are other apps that Disney has created for VR, such as “Coco VR”, Pixar’s stunning debut into virtual reality: an adventure into the beautiful Disney-Pixar film, Coco. However, nothing for Disney+ at the moment. We’ll update this article if and when that changes.