I'm still so tempted to get a Quest myself. I was seriously impressed by the Link impressions, this feature surely helps to move a lot more units.I got hold of an Oculus Quest recently and I'm amazed by how easy it is to turn it into a regular VR headset via Oculus Link. All you need is a long USB 3.1 cable and you're good to go. I'm currently enjoying L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files (perhaps a little too much), which currently isn't available on Quest.
My Quest is currently on loan from Oculus, but when I send it back I may have to buy one of my own. It's great having the choice of playing Quest games wirelessly, but also being able to plug into my PC via Link if I want to play more advanced games.
I'm still using my CV1 as any other system doesn't seem worth upgrading to, even the Index.Having a rift myself, I was rather curious if it was worth upgrading to the quest or getting a Vive.
Although I suspect there's not much point in a Vive, if I don't really have the space for it since my friend spent £300 for the leg trackers alone. It would seem like an over the top investment for something that not quite worth it (space wise).
Built in batteries are a real worry long-term. With a link cable you should be able to use it on the PC at least, even with a dead battery.I am looking at VR too. I like the idea of the Quest, but fear relying on a battery might not be a good idea in the long term. Some of my Switch joycons are already playing up (I think from lack of use).
Tetris Effect is very neat, but I find it slightly overrated. Easy recommendation still if you like Tetris, it's quite a trip.I have ordered a Rift S. Currently expected to arrive next week. Been buying VR games in anticipation. Tetris Effect looks quite cool on Epic store. Will check out the suggestions in the other thread too.
OMG. It's so good, and I've only played the tutorial, a couple of demos and some of the free content. I'm going to get HL: Alyx at some point, but there's enough to keep me occupied until the Steam price comes down a bit, or at least for PC Gamer to finish their review.Rift S arrives today... that's my self-isolation sorted
There is quite a lot of activity on the Oculus subreddit and I see quite a lot of people posting their stuff:I was thinking of making a VR game for two years now and finally got my act together. I made a prototype and recorderd a gameplay. Where can i post it? Any suggestions?