One other large Oculus Quest 2 sport simply acquired assist for one of many headset’s most necessary options; Echo VR 90Hz assist is reside.
A hotfix for the zero gravity multiplayer hit, launched yesterday, enabled official assist on the brand new headset. Which means matches of Echo VR will look smoother and extra convincing than they did earlier than and nonetheless do on Quest 1’s 72Hz show. It may simply be that 90Hz assist provides you the sting in on-line matches, too.
Elsewhere the hotfix addresses points with controller useless zones, which reportedly weren’t working fairly proper on the brand new Quest 2 controllers, and there’s loads of different fixes and tweaks.
Echo VR stays a high-ranking title in our like of the 25 finest Oculus Quest video games, so it’s nice to see the title get continued assist on the platform. That mentioned, in September, developer Prepared at Daybreak confirmed that it isn’t at present engaged on bringing the sport’s growth, Echo Fight to Quest, although plans may change sooner or later.
In the meantime, the now Fb-owned Prepared at Daybreak continues to work on Oculus Rift unique, Lone Echo 2, which now appears to be like to be releasing in 2021. It’s been a very long time since we’ve seen something strong from the single-player follow-up, and we’re questioning if there could be any vital adjustments to its launch. Might we maybe see the sport come to SteamVR very similar to tomorrow’s launch of the Fb-published Medal of Honor: Above and Past?
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