Facebook: Quest 2 Pre-Orders 5x More Than Original Quest

In its Q3 Earnings Call yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed pre-orders for the Oculus Quest 2 were more than five times bigger than those of the original Quest. As usual, VR was not the main focus of the earnings call, as it represents a relatively small portion of Facebook’s total earnings and business strategy. […]

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This Is What The PSVR Camera Adaptor For PS5 Looks Like

Update: We now have an adapter as well for ourselves. We can’t discuss how well it works or what our impressions of PSVR games on PS5 are yet — but we can show you the adapter for confirmation we received it. Stay tuned next week for lots more PS5 coverage. Here’s the adapter: Behold! The […]

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PlayStation CEO: ‘The Future Of VR’ Won’t Arrive In 2021

In an interview with The Washington Post’s gaming vertical, Launcher, Sony Interactive Entertainment / PlayStation President and CEO Jim Ryan said in an interview published today that he does not believe VR will be a “meaningful component of interactive entertainment” for some time still. According to him,”the future of VR” won’t arrive until after next […]

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Phasmophobia Update Fixes Voice Chat, Adds LIV, And More

In Update #3 today Phasmophobia received a slew of bug fixes and optimizations including changes to correct issues around voice chat, voice recognition, and VR support, as well as the new inclusion of LIV mixed reality support. One of the coolest features in Phasmophobia is the voice recognition. While playing, you can talk out loud […]

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Cloudhead Trials New Remote Work Solution With VR Support

In the last few months, we’ve seen loads of companies jump on the remote work bandwagon and produce VR apps that let you collaborate with others in VR. However, this latest one might be the strangest and most intriguing — Cloudhead Games, the studio behind VR rhythm game Pistol Whip, is producing a remote office […]

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Immersed Now Brings Your Keyboard Into Your Virtual Office

Oculus Quest virtual workspace app Immersed now lets you bring in your real keyboard! Immersed is an app that lets you and your team bring your monitors into a shared virtual workspace. Uniquely, it even gives you up to 5 extra virtual monitors- something once considered impossible to do performantly with the Windows OS. It’s […]

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Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar – Tempestfall Coming To VR In 2021

Carbon Studio is working on an all-new VR game based on the Warhammer franchise – Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Tempestfall. Tempestfall’s setting is one of the newer eras of the Warhammer series, trading in 40K’s metal crunch for a more supernatural angle. In the game, players will take on the role of a magic-wielding warrior, […]

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Blair Witch VR Review – An Iconic Horror Series Now On Quest

Blair Witch originally released as a non-VR game from Bloober Team, the creators of Layers of Fear and the upcoming Xbox/PC horror game, The Medium, but is now getting the VR treatment with the Blair Witch: Oculus Quest Edition out today on October 29th. Read on for our full Blair Witch VR review. The Blair […]

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Microsoft Transitions To OpenXR Standard For HoloLens & VR

Microsoft is transitioning to the OpenXR standard for future new features it builds in VR and AR. A post by Alex Turner at Microsoft explains that “starting in Unity 2021, OpenXR will then graduate to be the only supported Unity backend for targeting HoloLens 2 and Windows Mixed Reality headsets.” OpenXR is also supported in […]

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AMD Announces Its ‘Breakthrough’ RTX 3000 Competitors

AMD just announced three next generation Radeon graphics cards: RX 6800, RX 6800 XT, and RX 6900 XT. They compete directly with NVIDIA’s RTX 3000 series. This RX 6000 series is built on the same RDNA 2 architecture used in the upcoming PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. RDNA 2 builds on […]

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