Good Full VR Games for Beginners

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  • #176990

    Ralf
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    If you are new to vorpX, you probably want to hop right into the action instead of learning how to configure vorpX. The list below contains first person games that work with litlle to no configuration in ‘Full VR’ due to vorpX’s DirectVR functionality, which can configure important things like field of view, head tracking or resolution automatically.

    For third person games that are usually played best in immersive screen or cinema mode not much configuration is required in general, so this list focuses on first person ‘Full VR’ games that can be a little harder to configure without DirectVR.

    If you are stuck, make sure to check the ‘Essential Hints Guide’ and the ‘Quick Reference’ in the help. They help you understand a few basic concepts.

    • Bioshock (original DX9)
    • Bioshock Infinite
    • Metro 2033
    • Metro Last Light
    • Kingdom Come Deliverance
    • Half-Life 2
    • Portal
    • Portal 2
    • Borderlands 2
    • Left 4 Dead 2
    • Black Mesa Source
    • The Stanley Parable
    • Mirror’s Edge
    • Deus Ex: Human Revolution
    • Thief [2014]
    • Get Even
    • Aliens: Colonial Marines
    • Dishonored
    • Oblivion
    • Fallout 3
    • Fallout New Vegas
    • Fallout 4
    • Fallout 76
    • Skyrim
    • Crysis
    • Crysis 3
    • ArmA III (no BattleEye)
    • The Hunter: Call of the Wild
    • Titanfall
    • Titanfall 2
    • Far Cry
    • Far Cry 2
    • Far Cry 3
    • Far Cry 4
    • Far Cry Primal
    • F.E.A.R
    • F.E.A.R 2
    • The Talos Principle
    • Unreal Tournament 3
    • Bulletstorm Full Clip Edition
    • Conarium
    • The Turing Test
    • Farming Simulator 2017
    • Gone Home
    • Dear Esther (original Source engine version)
    • Quake 3
    • Quake 4
    • Tron 2.0
    • Duke Nukem Forever
    #177051

    sapolettos
    Member

    A small tribute to vorpx and ralf 🙂

    Triple A games with Vorpx, now. from vorpx

    #177052

    RJK_
    Member

    Wonder if Nvidia would make an offer one day

    Useful List !

    #177144

    Adil3tr
    Member

    People keep commenting on the hands thing on the reddit thread. I hope steam eventually starts incentivizing devs to add the ability to mod hands into games (although maybe I’m being naive about how possible that could be) and allow a lot more freedom with the UI, and adding that to their older games. That’s one reason I’m excited about dolphin VR, it’s such a standardized system that it’ll be able to crack open lots of games at once.

    #177764

    drowhunter
    Member

    Regarding bioshock infinite. Any chance you can fix what this dude is talking about in this video?

    Link

    #177770

    Ralf
    Keymaster

    Below a certain number of draw calls per frame DirectVR gets disabled temporarily on purpose in Bioshock Infinite to prevent crashes during loading screens. If you look out of a window into the void like in the video, the game probably falls below this threshold. That should rarely happen during normal gameplay though.

    #177799

    aoaaron
    Member

    will certain glitches in like for example bioshock infinite ever be solved (e.g. the priest putting ur head in water) or are they just limitations ?

    #177804

    Ralf
    Keymaster

    I’ll look into it. If there is some glitch in this scene that is easy enough to address for a single 10 seconds sequence it will be addressed. Thanks for the heads-up.

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