We’ve seen new Beat Saber tracks, implications of inside-out monitoring on PSVR 2 & the introduction of OpenXR for Quest – to not point out the numerous releases! It’s the VRecap.
The primary story is Beat Video games’ latest monitor addition: FitBeat! It’s free, it’s fitness-focused, and it suits in properly with the opposite tracks within the recreation. It was developed by the studio’s CEO-turned-music producer, Jaroslav Beck, who has produced lots of the iconic tracks for the rythm recreation.
There was loads of hype this week surrounding Sony’s DualSense controllers for PlayStation 5, however for us it primarily raised questions for the way forward for PSVR. With the change in lightbar location, might or not it’s that the PSVR 2 may have inside-out monitoring? Our VR senses are tingling!
And lastly, a extra sturdy story for builders and lovers: Android recreation engine builders can now assist Oculus Quest utilizing OpenXR as an alternative of Fb’s Oculus Cell API! Heaney offers an excellent rationalization on all of it, so ensure to learn up for an in-depth report.
We have now loads of releases to get pleasure from this week, together with: Ironlights on Quest and PC VR, No Man’s Sky Exo Mech Replace on PSVR and PC VR, Boneworks [Redacted] Replace on PC VR, Type on PSVR, and Digital Battlegrounds on PC VR…
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There have been loads of different nice articles this week that didn’t make it into the VRecap:
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