fakespyder wrote on Sep 30, 2020, 22:38:
When I finally have my new pc (in the near future ) and vr sometime afterward, I'm excited to give this a try. I want a Star Wars game to be my first vr experience. I'm hoping I'll settle into my Xwing and never want to leave, like when I was a kid.
There'll be a lot of AI to kill and I always welcome multiplayer bots for game longevity.
Still, I am kind of disappointed that multiplay is only 5v5.
I'll be curious to see what a space game is like in VR. I got a headset for Alyx but haven't done much with it beyond playing through Alyx, since I've not yet developed VR legs and find the experience pretty uncomfortable. I did give DCS a try in VR recently and it was similarly vertigo inducing; flying straight was fine (including climbs and dives), but doing a steep turn where my head was oriented perpendicular to the horizon, but with no accompanying shift in gravity, was turning my stomach. Would a space game where there's no horizon or expectation of gravity be more accommodating to my brain's sense of orientation? I hope so. And if not, playing on a flat monitor will be probably fun too.