That might not be the case for long, though, as an image spotted by UploadVR suggests that body tracking may be added in the near future.
Meta, of course, quickly removed the image but not before eagle-eyed VR fans had grabbed a screenshot.
We think it would be especially hard to implement body tracking on the current Quest 2 headset, due to the placement of the cameras.
While the Quest 2 does have two downward-facing cameras, their placement means they can only really see the users body when they are seated and looking slightly downward.
Given Meta's focus on the metaverse and immersive technologies, it's no surprise to see it pushing forward in this direction.
Proper body tracking opens up a world of possibilities for VR and AR experiences, we're looking forward to seeing where it ends up.