Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot releases on July 26 and won’t have official assist for the Oculus Rift on Steam.
Should you’re curious to know what we considered Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, you possibly can learn (or watch) our full assessment proper right here. We weren’t very impressed. It has some good concepts and leverages probably the most well-known IPs in the complete sport trade, however nonetheless comes up underwhelming.
One other disappointing a part of its launch is the dearth of official Oculus Rift assist. In line with Jerk Gustafsson, Govt Producer at Machine Video games, in an interview with UploadVR at E3, he had the next to say:
“Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot will probably be suitable with the Vive, WMR, and in addition launched on PlayStation VR playable with the Transfer in addition to the DualShock pad,” says Gustafsson. “The sport works on Oculus, however we don’t formally assist it so we are able to’t actually say if it’s gonna maintain however in the intervening time it really works and is compliant.”
As of this writing I’ve performed during Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot on PSVR and examined it on Rift S. From what I’ve seen it appears to work okay, however the lack of official assist remains to be an indication that if there are points or if a future patch alters one thing then it might break assist in a roundabout way. DOOM VFR is in the identical boat with no official assist and the final I checked controls have been nonetheless a bit wonky.
The remainder of the interview largely discusses their pleasure for VR in creating Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot. You’ll be able to watch the complete factor embedded simply above this paragraph.
Tell us what you consider the sport if you get an opportunity to play it!