2K confirmed Borderlands 2 VR on PC mistakenly listed Valve Index assist.
The Steam retailer web page for Borderlands 2 VR displayed Valve’s Index headset as a supported platform yesterday at launch, however now simply the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are listed.
We reached out yesterday and 2K confirmed at this time this was a mistake. Borderlands 2 for PC VR listed in its announcement Rift and HTC Vive as supported platforms , and we puzzled whether or not assist for Valve Index would arrive earlier than launch as properly. We had been fortunately shocked, then, when the Index was listed as a supported platform when the PC VR model of the sport launched yesterday. We quickly launched the app on an Index, nevertheless, and noticed Vive wands displayed as an alternative of Index controllers, inflicting instantaneous confusion.
An replace at this time to the Steam discussions web page for the sport offers the next official assertion:
Hello everybody, it has come to our consideration that the Valve Index was briefly listed as a supported headset on Borderlands 2 VR’s product web page. Sadly, this was a mistake. The Index is *not* supported presently, and the Borderlands 2 VR’s metadata has been corrected.
Please contact 2K’s buyer assist workforce right here with any questions.
We additionally requested whether or not the Vive Cosmos will likely be supported for the sport and can replace this publish if we hear again. On the time of this writing Steam counts 140 critiques for Borderlands 2 VR, leading to a “blended” verdict. Should you’ve bought the sport please share within the feedback how it’s understanding for you.