Quest 2 “is on track to be the first mainstream virtual reality headset,” Zuckerberg said during the call. “Facebook has done more than any other company to help virtual reality reach mainstream.”
As is typical, Facebook didn’t provide any specific figures for how many Quest headsets it sold. However, the company’s revenue in its non-advertising “other” category grew in the last three months of 2020 from $346 million in the same period of 2019 to $885 million in 2020. Oculus Quest 2 launched in October with a lighter, more powerful and less expensive follow up to the 2019 first edition of the headset. Dozens of developers with software available in the Quest store are believed to have seen revenues above $1 million selling software for the all-in-one devices.
During an earnings call with investors, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Quest 2 "is on track to be the first mainstream virtual reality headset."