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Metaverse Gift Guide: The Best Video Games and Virtual Reality Headsets for Getting Started in the Metaverse

Fortnite V-Bucks, $8+

Starting at $7.99 for 1,000 V-Bucks, this valuable premium currency is great for everyone Fortnite fan. V-Bucks can also be redeemed regardless of the platform you are playing on.

Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 Max, $200

With the flick of a switch, there’s finally a true cross-platform wireless gaming headset that works whether you’re playing on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, PC or mobile, and offers maximum comfort and long battery life. battery.

Fortnite: Mint Legends Pack, $21+

Epic’s battle royale is the biggest metaverse in gaming today and you can play it for free, but this edition available on PS4, PS5, Xbox, and Switch still makes a great gift that includes exclusive Minty cosmetics and 1,000 V- bucks to get you started.

2022 Secretlab Titan Evo Series, $450 and up

One of the most comfortable gaming chairs will also help with posture. Prices vary depending on your level of customization, but the chair also comes with a magnetic memory foam pillow.

Meta Quest 2, $399+

The all-in-one VR system. From multiplayer games and unique social experiences to meeting up with friends at a live show or instructor-led training, Meta Quest 2 offers new opportunities to meet and connect with others. in VR.

Roblox Digital Gift Card, $10+

The Roblox metaverse is full of people creating and sharing their own experiences with the platform’s tools. With digital Robux gift cards ranging from $10 to $200, these are ideal gifts for anyone who enjoys spending time with their friends in this creative space.

Valve Index Complete VR Kit, $1,000

Valve’s headset is one of the most premium on the market, and this kit includes the base stations and controllers needed to take full advantage of the most immersive virtual reality. Just make sure your PC has the specs to match.

HTC Vive Pro 2, $800

HTC’s latest iteration of its room-scale VR headset is a high-end upgrade for high-end PC-VR users, with a 5K display and increased field of view for ultimate immersion.

HP Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset, $400

HP’s headset is a more affordable PC-VR option that’s compatible with VR blockbusters like Half-Life: Alyx. Best of all, the cameras are built into the headset, so no additional setup in your room is required.

bHaptics TactSuit, $300+

If you’re looking for more tactile immersion than a controller can provide, this wearable vest offers 16 points of haptic feedback around the body supported by numerous VR titles both natively and via mods. A more expensive vest with 40 haptic points is also available.

bHpatics Tactal Haptic face covering, $150

We don’t know if you’ll really want to feel what it’s like to experience a headshot or a punch in the face, but the best thing is this haptic face cover that gives you literally puts your head in the game.

KIWI-designed VR cable management, $23+

Tired of cables taking you out of the VR experience? Then this quiet, easy-to-install (permanent or adhesive) pulley system is just what you need to give yourself more room to get lost in the virtual world.

Mario Kart Live: Home Track, $100

Nintendo may not be invested in the Metaverse, but this AR version of its beloved Mario Kart series is a fun and innovative entry point, as you create tracks and drive your own courses in your living room.

Nreal Air AR Goggles, $380

It’s Google Glass but it looks pretty cool. It’s also like having your own private movie theater to stream movies and games.

AirPods, $170+

Considering the weight of a VR headset, you might prefer a little lighter immersive sound. Apple’s third-generation Airpods round out the experience perfectly, featuring personalized spatial sound with dynamic head tracking.

Shark Cards (for GTA Online), $3+

Cash is king in GTA online, so be sure to keep your wallet full of Shark Cards. Starting with Bull Shark Cards for $9.99, these make great digital gifts for anyone spending their time in Los Santos.

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