Last week we covered Formula Fusion, a Wipeout-like title in development, but a pretty serious challenger will be available in a few days on PC (console versions in early 2017). Redout may have a more "low-poly" approach to the visuals but it looks impressive nonetheless, with quite an incredible sense of speed even with class I ships (there are 4 classes total). It however requires a bit of practice to get the hang of it, something we haven't put enough time in, as you'll see in the following videos. The learning curve seems pretty big, with new perks to buy and upgrade, a good number of tracks to race on, and of course many different vehicles, each with their own specs. We've deciced to show you our early steps in the game, as we're learning how to play on Time Trial events. We haven't been able to try the game with VR yet, but we'll let you know when we do.
@nostradamus: Dirt Rally 2 is getting Rift support, if you've got that one. (1 minute ago)
Dirt Rally VR made me a little queasy but I think it was mostly flying off the track lol (1 Hour ago)
@MrWhite: Now that you've mentioned it, I've never tried the VR mode in GT Sport. I'll give it a try this weekend, and Wipeout as well, should be a blast. (2 Hours ago)
@MrWhite: i think i should buy dirt, then. fucking lol that vr isn't in dirt rally 2019 (2 Hours ago)
After playing Dirt with a complete H-pattern and clutch set up, it's just ridiculous what VR adds to driving vs a flat screen. (3 Hours ago)
Every single racing sim, or flight sim, or most other sims, from here on out should have a VR mode mandatory from day one. (3 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: Yeah, I'm curious to see what the exclusives will be like also. The ability to practically be able to play anywhere on any device with a good internet connection is quite intriging. (7 Hours ago)