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You should be able to play it just as well using airlink. I haven’t used the link cable for a couple of years now. And games are so much more immersive without the cable. If your not happy then get a £20 cable. Mine just takes up (lots of) space on the shelf.
I have this issue. It seems to be during the cut scenes with Left over the Left image and Right over right over the Right image.
I manage to get the game working in the end. I have a 4070ti 7800x3d and RDR2 plays the beginning photos and then crashes due to not enough memory. I tried many graphic settings and it never seemed happy. Then I found out that if I agree to load it in safe mode and start the game it works, then during the game if I escape to the menu I can increase the graphics to the max on everything and it works fine. Ralf have you any idea why?
Quest 3 arrives tomorrow with Royal Mail between 10:03am and 2:03pm, so the pressures on Ralf.
Only joking I know you’ll be working hard on game profiles and I really appreciate the continuing support that you give your software.
Hopefully my Quest 3 arrives on the 10th, I have my fingers crossed that guru Ralph has Starfield profiled and it can be the first game I play on it (I’m holding off for the Vorpx profile as my son plays it flat screen and I don’t want to mess things up for him by tinkering with Alpha V0.2 rev.b).
If not I suppose it will be Demeo in mixed reality or any software that comes with it.
I wish I could get some settings for RDR2 that work well, but I have given up tinkering (too many variables FOV mods etc and I have the RockStar version not the steam one so I can’t use Luke Ross’ mod).
Fallout 4 VR with Gingas VR mod and Wabbajack was extremely easy to install. It took time to set up but looked fantastic. You just follow the guide and video to the letter and it works. I played it a couple of year ago. You need the regular Fallout 4 and the DLCs to get it to work. I think there has been a few recent upgrades to the mods and added into wabbajack so it should be even better.
I find standing much more immersive, though I loved games like bioshock series and metro series using Vorpx and an Xbox controller sitting downs so I can imagine using Fallout 4 and Vorpx will be pretty neat as well, especially with graphics mods.
I agree, just upgraded my PC from an rtx 2070 and 2700x CPU to rtx 4070 Ti and 7800x3d and the metro exodus with G3D and DirectVR is amazing, ultra all the way.
I can’t get the Xbox one controller to work for opening doors/boxes it just flashes between X and E on the long press, the E short press works fine, but think this is a longstanding problem with Metro Exodus. I also need to find a way to get r mapped onto the controller as getting the gun pump accessed in a hurry via the keyboard is a pain. Also turning the map over without having to use the mouse key would be nice.
I tried the enhanced edition (I copied the MetroExodus file in steam folder and renamed it MetroExodus1 and made a shortcut to it on the desktop) first as my son will play flat screen and loves Ray Tracing. He uses it on Minecraft which he also loves.
The 3d effect is severely lacking in the enhanced version and the standard version knocks it out of the park.
I loved the first 2 games in Vorpx and now my PC can handle this one I think it is my favourite game of the series.
Thanks for all your hard work Ralf.