No Man’s Sky Beyond presents some of the best and worst of VR in 2019, which makes it one of the most interesting releases of the year. Before I go into more detail, let’s talk about platforms. The fact that it’s running on PlayStation VR at all feels like a miracle of optimization, but the virtual world is going to look blurry and indistinct due to the graphical downgrades needed to get it running on a console-based VR platform. So how did things go when I tried to use virtual reality headsets tethered to a powerful gaming laptop? Well … It works, if you don’t mind the vomit I ran into horrible performance issues trying to play the game on a Rift S connected to an ultra-powerful gaming laptop — the GPU is a mobile version of the RTX 2070. People who own Rift hardware might want to tread carefully at first; I’m writing this through a bad case of simulation sickness due to the poor frame rate when played through the Rift S. Those issues disappeared when I tried playing with a Vive Index, but why would I have to switch platforms at all? Most people aren’t going to… Read full this story
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