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How to get a Game removed from my Account?

Level 4

Epic Roller Coasters! One of my first free Games and experiences on Oculus who gave me really bad motion sickness and I'll never play it again! So, I want to permanently remove this game from my account. Any suggestions? 


Level 15

Just uninstall it a forget about reinstalling it ever again.  No real advantage to wiping it out completely from your account imho.

i9 9900k, rtx3090, 32 Gb ram, 1tb ssd, 4tb hdd. xi hero wifi mb, 750w psu, Q2 w/Air Link, Vive Pro

Since i had this bad experience with it, i don't want to see it anymore. You get advertising about this game even if its not installed. In Steam you can easy completely delete all games from your account. I was wondering if it also works with Oculus.

Not answering your query specifically, but you can hide games. I have done this for all of the demos that I either don't care for or now have the full versions. It would be nice to delete them though.

Can you outline how you hide games please? I know a lot of people will welcome this as it's a common complaint. You can change the view to installed games only but the All Apps view is the default at startup. My view is cluutered with betas, demos and things I'll never return to as well.

@user_901925786032222  I believe the Hide option is only available with the Oculus Desktop App, App filtering options.  Also, if you use OTT you can also do this.  Unfortunately the Quest store does not have this option.  I do wish the Quest home screen would at least gave you the option to initially only display installed apps instead of ALL.

i9 9900k, rtx3090, 32 Gb ram, 1tb ssd, 4tb hdd. xi hero wifi mb, 750w psu, Q2 w/Air Link, Vive Pro

Yes, I have checked and you are correct. Hiding can only be done in the App, and not in the HMD. 

I apologise because I thought I had managed to do it in the HMD - evidently not.

Because of the link issues I no longer use the Quest 2 because I cannot develop for it. 

If someone wants it removed from their library that is their choice and right, to say ignore it isn't helpful.   I can completely understand someone  not wanting to see  or sift through games and apps they will never want to use again if only to remove clutter.


Level 3

Is it worth asking Meta/Oculus support? 

Of course it "should be," and I did request that information last week directly from support when I posted.  Stilll waiting for a response, so potentially no, not worth asking the question to Meta/Oculus.