Your VR game library

Steam is where you should build your VR game library — even if you own an Oculus Rift

I don’t know which company is going to make the best next-generation virtual reality headset, but I do know that chances are good that it will work with the apps you buy on the Steam PC gaming platform. Oculus releases its Touch motion controllers this week (December 6), and they feature some impressive technology. Touch brings your hands into Oculus Rift games by tracking your mitts in a way that is similar to how the HTC Vive’s wands work (these come with the headset). The two controller solutions are so similar that Steam VR — the software that powers virtual reality games on Vive — works completely as intended if you plug in an Oculus Rift and Touch instead. ….[READ]

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