By Yusuf Balogun
Today, Meta's publishing arm for virtual reality games has officially announced the renaming of its firm to Oculus Publishing.
The new name is a completely different division from Oculus Studios, which is the company's label for first-party games.
Oculus Publishing will support partner developers with conceptualization, funding, technological help, as well as promotion and merchandising.
The company has also revealed that Oculus Publishing has over 150 titles currently in development, which bodes well for the Quest 3 that's expected to arrive this year.
Meanwhile, previous reports suggested that the next-gen Quest will be thinner and more powerful than its predecessor and will have mixed reality capabilities.
At the moment, users still have more than 500 titles to choose from in the Meta Quest Store, and they seem to be doing well.