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  • GORN Finally Leaves Early Access

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    GORN Finally Leaves Early Access

    The violent VR gladiator sim is now a full game.

    Devolver Digital and developer Free Lives have pulled GORN out of Early Access today. The game is now a fully fledged release for SteamVR and Oculus devices. If you don't already know, GORN is a cartoony but violent gladiator sim. You are pitted against NPCs as you utilize physics based combat and weapons to beat your opponents into a pulp, quite literally.

    GORN spent roughly two years in Steam Early Access and ended up being one of the top ten games for VR as far as sales are concerned. At least,...
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  • Sniper Elite VR Announced for PC and PlayStation VR

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    Sniper Elite VR Announced for PC and PlayStation VR

    It's an all-new story.

    Rebellion and Just Add Water have partnered to create a new Sniper Elite title unlike anything you've seen before. The latest reveal here is for Sniper Elite VR, an upcoming all-new game coming for VR devices on the PC and PlayStation VR at a date to be announced. Specifically, it's being developed for Oculus Rift, Viveport, SteamVR, and PlayStation VR.

    Sniper Elite VR is a new and standalone FPS that is set prior to the events of Sniper Elite 4. This story takes place in Italy during World War II. Since this is a VR title,...
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  • Valve Talks About SteamVR Skeletal Input and New Knuckles EV2 Controllers

    Valve Talks About SteamVR Skeletal Input and New Knuckles EV2 Controllers

    Valve just showed off their new SteamVR Skeletal Input system that aims to more accurately replicate what a player's hand and body are doing in a virtual environment.
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  • Valve Talks About SteamVR Skeletal Input and New Knuckles EV2 Controllers

    Valve just showed off their new SteamVR Skeletal Input system that aims to more accurately replicate what a player's hand and body are doing in...
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  • Skyrim VR Now Available on PC via SteamVR

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    Skyrim VR Now Available on PC via SteamVR

    As promised, Bethesda released The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR today on SteamVR. This marks the first release of the game on the PC platform following its initial release on PlayStation VR in November 2017.
    Skyrim VR reimagines battling cursed Draugr, exploring rugged mountainsides and hunting fearsome, ancient dragons to be more immersive than ever before. Aided by made-for-VR control schemes allowing players to move, hack and slash at foes, and cast powerful magic with real-life movements, adventurers now have the control to explore the world of Skyrim
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  • Skyrim VR Now Available on PC via SteamVR

    As promised, Bethesda released The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR today on SteamVR. This marks the first release of the game on the PC platform following...
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  • Skyrim VR Coming to SteamVR on April 3

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    Skyrim VR Coming to SteamVR on April 3

    Come April 3, PC players can virtually become the Dragonborn when The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR makes the move from PlayStation VR to SteamVR. This release will include the main game and all of the officially released expansions in one package, same as it was on PlayStation VR.
    In Skyrim VR, battling cursed Draugr, exploring rugged mountainsides and hunting fearsome, ancient dragons is more immersive than ever, aided by a made-for-VR control scheme that allows players to move, hack and slash at foes, and cast powerful magic with real-life movements.
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    Skyrim VR Coming to SteamVR on April 3

    Come April 3, PC players can virtually become the Dragonborn when The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR makes the move from PlayStation VR to SteamVR....
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  • CES 2018: HTC and Valve Announce SteamVR Tracking 2.0 and Vive Pro Headset

    CES 2018: HTC and Valve Announce SteamVR Tracking 2.0 and Vive Pro Headset

    Today, Valve and HTC announced a minor technology bump to the HTC Vive. This bump comes in the form of SteamVR Tracking 2.0, which allows for users to link up to four Base Stations in a single space. In addition to making the jump from two to four stations, the improved technology allows for game space areas to jump to sizes as large as 10 by 10 meters. Valve tells us that the new technology is expected to ship with commercial devises later this year. The new 2.0 Base Stations will be "smaller, more reliable, and offer improved performance." Interestingly,...
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  • CES 2018: HTC and Valve Announce SteamVR Tracking 2.0 and Vive Pro Headset

    Today, Valve and HTC announced a minor technology bump to the HTC Vive. This bump comes in the form of SteamVR Tracking 2.0, which allows for...
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  • Valve Lowers Barrier to Entry for SteamVR Tracking Development

    Valve Lowers Barrier to Entry for SteamVR Tracking Development

    Valve announced tonight that they are nixing the requirement to attend a $3,000 training course for their SteamVR Tracking solution.
    After working with numerous third parties and updating the tools, Valve is opening more direct access to the technology and course work, available free of charge in English and Chinese. The full, in person training courses are still available for those interested. In addition, SteamVR base stations will be available from Valve later this year. SteamVR Tracking was first made available to third parties in August of la
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  • Valve Lowers Barrier to Entry for SteamVR Tracking Development

    Valve announced tonight that they are nixing the requirement to attend a $3,000 training course for their SteamVR Tracking solution.
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  • SteamVR Tracking Available to 3rd Party Hardware Makers

    SteamVR Tracking Available to 3rd Party Hardware Makers

    Valve released SteamVR Tracking for all third-party hardware makers.
    his tracking technology enables hardware developers to build highly precise position and orientation sensing into devices of all kinds. It is the same tracking technology currently being used in the HTC Vive, the most advanced virtual reality product on the market today. Valve expects the technology to be used in a variety of devices, such as VR peripherals and other input devices. In-person training is being offered to the first wave of licensees, to help each device maker become acqu
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  • SteamVR Tracking Available to 3rd Party Hardware Makers

    Valve released SteamVR Tracking for all third-party hardware makers.
    his tracking technology enables hardware developers to build highly
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  • New Content and Fixes Released for VR Title The Lab

    New Content and Fixes Released for VR Title The Lab

    Valve released an update today for the VR game, The Lab, with new gameplay improvements and some fixes. Valve is calling it The Lab: Appliance of Science Update. This update is free.
    What's science without a little competition? Why, it's barely science at all! That's why we applied some science to The Lab and created the Appliance of Science Update, introducing a spirit of bloodthirsty competition to the world of ethically questionable research. Now you can compete with your fellow test subjects on the new global leaderboards for Longbow, Xortex, and
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