Oculus has announced that Myst VR will be headed to the Oculus Quest platform later this year.

Myst VR will let players experience “a fresh take on their Myst experience from 1993.” It is being built from the ground up for VR and this “reimagined version of the classic puzzle game features updated art and interactions – and even an optional puzzle randomizer.”

Myst VR is being developed by Cyan Worlds, the indie studio that created the original Myst.

The return of Myst in VR was announced at yesterday’s Facebook Connect, an event that revealed the Oculus Quest 2, new VR Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell games, and much more.

The Oculus Quest 2 will be shipping out on October 13, 2020, and features a more powerful Qualcomm XR2 VR-optimized processor and a higher resolution (nearly 2K per eye). The Oculus Quest 2 will cost $300 for the 64GB model and $400 for the 256GB model. These are a full $100 cheaper than the original Quest’s pricing.

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In our review of the Oculus Quest 2, we said it “improves over its predecessor in a lot of little ways, with a few small drawbacks like the enlarged controllers and cheaper strap. But its wireless nature, ease of use, and accessible price still make it a killer VR headset.”

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