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Star Citizen's Oculus Rift Support Upgraded

VRFocus - Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games Corporation has updated the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset support for Hangar Module of its upcoming space combat title. A new patch adds a host of improvements for the device, including true stereo rendering, orientation prediction and keyboard commands that let you toggle the headset on and off as well as recenter the view.

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ArchangelMike783d ago

Man, I just can't afford a PC required to run this game. Here's hoping Star Citizen is one step closer to Morpheus on PS4.If not I guess there's always Eve Valkyrie.

skyfire2261783d ago

If you can afford to spend money on a ps4 and games then you can spend money on a PC and games.

PC's are exponentially cheaper in the long run and far FAR more powerful than a ps4 will ever be obviously both now and into the future. My pc is 3 years old and is better than a ps4 and I will have no problem running star citizen.

There are many resources online to help with pricing and building a pc. There is a site (can't recall of the top of my head) that can help you pick pc parts and find deals, pc part picker or something it is called.

Shabutie13783d ago

The game will be fully out at the end of 2016, parts required to run well will be cheaper. Mind you, when I say run it well I mean 60 FPS 1080P minimum. Also, the devs have stated that this is a PC game first and foremost and it will not be coming to a console. If High End PCs of today are just getting to run it at the highest, how would a console that is already considered a "low-mid" range PC possibly run it in the future?

styferion783d ago

depends on your target, if you're fine with just smooth gameplay and normal setting you can buy a PC that costs the same with PS4 and a couple of games, but if you want maxed out setting and smooth gameplay it can costs way more than PS4 + XB1 combined.

for PC, the entry level price is quite affordable, and if buy it for multiplayer rest assured that most multiplayer games set their minimum requirement low enough so that more people can enjoy the games.