Racket Fury Adds 120Hz Support For Quest 2
Racket Fury Provides 120Hz Assist For Quest 2 4

Racket Fury is getting a giant improve — the sport now formally helps 120Hz on Oculus Quest 2.

Earlier this week, the Quest 2’s newest software program replace, v28, started rolling out regularly to customers. Whereas it incorporates a number of huge options (together with the power to wirelessly stream PC VR video games to your Quest with Air Hyperlink), one of many fundamental ones was experimental assist for 120Hz refresh charge.

The Quest 2 shipped with the identical refresh charge as the unique quest, 72Hz. In November final yr, assist was added for a better refresh charge, bumping up the max from 72Hz to 90Hz. Now, sure apps will be capable to assist a good increased refresh charge.

The primary app so as to add assist was Cubism, a conceptually easy but superbly difficult puzzle sport. Just a few video games may have the efficiency overhead so as to add 120Hz assist on Quest 2, however given Cubism’s low necessities, we weren’t shocked to see it make the leap.

Maybe extra stunning is that the second sport to affix the 120Hz membership is Racket Fury. Whereas nonetheless not essentially the most demanding sport on Quest, it’s possible extra demanding than Cubism’s minimalist gameplay — a superb signal for potential 120Hz updates to come back.

Similar to Cubism, you’ll have to be up to date to the v28 software program to check out 120Hz in Racket Fury, which started rolling out this week. When you’re up to date, allow 120Hz in each the Experimental Settings menu of your Quest and Racket Fury’s video possibility settings.

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