Exactly. Look at the price of comparable pc headsets. $800+
So yeah, it's far from a perfect experience IQ-wise. I was also a bit taken aback with that when I first got my Quest 2, but now I don't really think about it once I'm immersed in some cool experience. And you can't really complain about what you get for the money.
- It's an LCD
- Yeah, if you're right in-between two of them, or outside the min/max, it's gonna be hard
- That's just the fresnel lenses, it's impossible to have everything be sharp at the same time
This must be the flop of the year, 5 viewers on twith ATM :
Explore the iconic world of Resident Evil 4 in this all-new version, entirely made for VR. Step into the shoes of special agent Leon S. Kennedy on his mission to rescue the U.S. President’s daughter who has been kidnapped by a mysterious cult. Find your way through a rural village in Europe...m.twitch.tv
I will say that this game in VR you feel so nimble and badass compared to 3rd person, it is way less scary. I even feel like it's an action shooter game on rails. You can play it slow and try to build tension if you want, the walk speed is a little quick for that.
Only you need the oculus quest 2 to play the game.... Or you need a pc gamer too to run it?
Not the same guy, but can you play games specifically made to run internally on quest 2 (like re4) in higher quality by linking a pc?Just the quest 2 for this game.
But if you get one and you like what you play then I suggest you also get a decent PC/laptop somewhere down the line to use link. Playing PC VR games wirelessly is something else.
Not the same guy, but can you play games specifically made to run internally on quest 2 (like re4) in higher quality by linking a pc?
That would be like trying to connect a Nintendo Switch to a PC to try to make the games designed for the handheld device to run better.Not the same guy, but can you play games specifically made to run internally on quest 2 (like re4) in higher quality by linking a pc?
Big titles sell consoles, who knew? I hope every VR hardware/software maker is taking notes. (winks at Sony's direction)