Never mind the fact there are intentionally unoptimized characters for VR Chat that are designed to lag the game, from what I hear.
Also, if VRChat makes it to Quest, they'll drop the modding, in order to be "politically correct". Since we all know people will play as nude anime girl. I mean, it's Facebook, they'll almost certainly take the easier and safer route.>>460551596
It's a high end PC headset that hooks up to the PC. No word on wireless. There will probably be an add-on for the Valve Index, but it's speculation.
The HTC Vive has a wireless add-on. But keep in mind that's a Valve-HTC joint project, and it's more an HTC thing in practice. Valve Index is entirely Valve.
To clarify, Facebook is focusing on mass-market ease of use, and products that don't require a PC or phone. Facebook does some PC stuff with their Rift line, but Quest and Go (all-in-one) is their main priority. Shoot down competitors early kind of thing.
Valve are focusing on high end PC stuff.
Microsoft seem to be somewhere in between. Primarily doing PCVR stuff, but rumored to be targeting Xbox. They operate with reference models, much like Nvida does with their cards. So you'd have an MSI GTX 960, or an Asus manufactured one with slightly different specs. That's what Microsoft is doing with Mixed Reality (which is really just PC VR and Hololens under one branding).
Hopefully this clarified the current state of VR (a little, there's other players doing cool things).