As Meta has stated, the Meta Quest Pro Touch controller is compatible with Meta Quest and Quest 2.
Meta Quest Pro and Quest 2 Headset owners have Touch Pro controllers already.
Meta Quest 2 owners can use the upgraded Touch Pro Controllers for Quest pro while still using Meta Quest 2.
Meta also said, Touch Pro controllers are fully compatible with Quest 2 and they will sell as a standalone accessory for $300.
So another question arises here is it worth buying for quest 2?
Touch Pro controllers will be available for standalone purchase “later this year,” but the company hasn’t announced a firm release date yet.
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How to use the Quest Pro controllers with the Quest 2 (step by step):
While quest pro controllers are slightly heavier than quest 2, the experience you’re going to have is mindblowing. Follow the steps below:
- Download Meta Quest Mobile App.
- Turn on the Headset along with the right and left controllers.
- You’ll see an Indicating LED light if the controller is powered on.
- Open the Meta Quest app and tap on Menu.
- Tap on Devices and wait for your quest 2 controllers.
- Select the right and left controllers for connecting both controllers.
How to Unpair Oculus Quest 2 Controller:
In order to pair your Meta touch controllers, you need to unpair your existing controllers first, here’s the process:
- Open the Meta Quest mobile app.
- Tap Devices from the bottom menu.
- Tap on the image of the headset you currently have paired.
- Tap Controllers, then tap the controller that you want to unpair.
- Tap Unpair Controller.
How long does it take to pair Oculus Quest 2 Controllers?
If everything goes smoothly, it may take no more than 3-5 minutes to pair Oculus Quest 2 Controllers. Make sure you follow the pairing instructions correctly.
Can you use third-party controllers with the Meta Quest 2 and Quest Pro?
The answer is yes, but right now there are no third-party controllers available for both Quest Pro and Quest 2.