How to get your favorite apps and games on the Oculus Rift – xrpg.com
In case you missed it, yesterday Oculus VR released a few early demos of the Oculus VR headset and the Oculus Touch controllers that are expected to arrive sometime this year.
We’ll have more information as it becomes available.
We’ve also seen a couple of Oculus Rift press releases about the hardware itself, but those have mostly focused on its specs and the price tag.
With the company still working on getting the Oculus to users and the hardware to ship, I’m excited to finally see some early benchmarks of the headset and controllers.
Today, we have some early, unofficial benchmarks showing how the Oculus headset compares to a variety of PC games and games for the Oculus.
The Oculus Rift is actually running at 1080p resolution on the desktop, and at a higher frame rate for a wider field of view.
As you can see in the images above, it seems to run very well on both the GTX 1080 Ti and 1070, the fastest GPUs available.
This isn’t a direct comparison, of course, because the headsets hardware has been optimized for the Rift.
The games running on the Rift are actually quite similar to the ones on the PC.
The Rift has a lower resolution screen, but a higher resolution display is needed to render the Rift’s full resolution.
I’ve also added a few additional games to the list to give you a sense of how these games stack up to the Oculus games on other PC games.
The games that we’ve included are from the Oculus Games Store and are free to play, so if you’re a fan of VR games, these are your best bet.
We’ve also included some other games in the list as well.
These include some games for Oculus Rift that have yet to be released.
We also have some screenshots showing how well the Rift works with some games.
The images below show some of the most popular VR games that have been made for the headset, including Half-Life 2: Episode 2, Portal 2: The Lost Legacy, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
For some of these games, it looks like you can use the Touch controllers to tap your mouse to move around the game world, and to interact with objects in the world.
For some of them, you can also touch the screen to zoom in and out, change the volume level, and adjust the perspective of the world in some of those games.
For most of these VR games it seems like you have to press the Rift headband button to start them up.
You can also use the buttons to pause or continue playing the game, or use the back and forth movement that is typical of a VR game.
There’s a slight lag when pressing the headband buttons.
The Rift is a relatively small headset that fits snugly on the head.
You don’t have to worry about getting too much headroom or the headset fitting in your face.
For most games, the headset is fairly snug to the head, and even if you can’t get the headset to fit around the face, the Oculus Headband works just fine.
The headsets headset doesn’t come with any earphones, but there are some headsets that do come with earbuds.
You’ll have to find a headset that has an adjustable headband, or you can buy an Oculus Headset for a reasonable price.
I’ve also tried out the Oculus for a few hours, and you can compare the Rift and Oculus Touch Controller against the latest titles in the Oculus Store and see if you have any favorite titles that are running well on the headset.
These games include Half-life 2, Star Wars Battlefront, and Minecraft: Story Mode.
You can also try out some of our other Oculus reviews on the link below.