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Submitted by oculfan 388d ago | news

Quake 1 gets Oculus Rift DK2 support

The Rift Arcade - It might be 20 years old, but Quake has never looked so visceral and real.

That was our instant reaction when trying the game for the first time on our DK2 headset earlier today. Maybe we’re biased. We love Quake. It’s vintage action gaming at its finest. In fact we reviewed Quake 1 for the DK1 headset back in May and found it to be one of the most enjoyable experiences on the Rift. Now, it’s finally available for the DK2 headset (with a couple of caveats) and we couldn’t be happier. (Oculus Rift, PC, Quake)

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