The Oculus Retailer itemizing for Stress Stage Zero’s Bonelab provides us our first have a look at the Quest 2 graphics in comparison with the PC VR footage proven within the trailer.
Bonelab was unveiled yesterday on the Meta Quest Gaming Showcase. It’s the following recreation from Stress Stage Zero, and a follow-up to the studio’s 2019 PC VR title, Boneworks. Whereas Boneworks by no means launched on the Quest platform, Bonelab will launch later this yr for each PC VR and Quest 2.
Nevertheless, the footage proven within the trailer above was captured on PC VR, with Stress Stage Zero developer Brandon J Laatsch writing on Twitter “the Quest 2 model will characteristic equivalent gameplay when @90hz”. That leaves us questioning how the Quest visuals may differ.
With retailer web page listings for Bonelab on Quest and Steam going stay, we’re in a position to evaluate the screenshots from each listings and get a glimpse on the Quest 2 visuals.
It’s apparent that the screenshots aren’t 1:1 recreations — poses and positions barely differ, but it surely’s clear that objects and areas are the identical in every.
The distinction between Quest 2 and PC VR is fairly obvious — most notably, the lighting doesn’t appear as gorgeous on the previous and appears a bit flatter generally. That being mentioned, the Quest visuals nonetheless look fairly sturdy total.
It’s additionally price maintaining in thoughts that inserting these screenshots in a side-by-side comparability doesn’t do the Quest model any favors. Once you’re truly taking part in Bonelab on Quest 2, the variations will in all probability be much less a lot obvious than they’re right here.
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