Ralf, I think I’ll be sticking with Oculus runtime 0.5 until CV1 launches so I can continue playing Elite Dangerous, Alien Isolation and a few other titles. When the new VORPX version lands will my VORPX install auto update and if so how can I disable this from happening?
I have not been using VorpX for a while now, as I am using 0.7/Win10. Direct mode is a big step forward, and I don’t mind sacrificing so many games for a while to play the few that do work with it. I have put HOURS into Project Cars.
I can’t wait to play GTA V again with VorpX, and I have my fingers crossed for Fallout 4 being supported.
vorpX 0.9 will require the Oculus runtime 0.7. Extended mode is still available theoretically, but since it’s disabled by Oculus there is no way to use it anymore with Oculus headsets.
Witcher 3 currently has a very good Z-Buffer 3D implementation, there wasn’t time to check G3D feasibility yet and due to it not being a genuine first person game there are others with higher priority. What I can safely say though is that this is one the games where you *REALLY* should choose Z3D even if both modes are available for performance reasons. The best 3D doesn’t help a bit if a game can’t run at decent framerates with it.