Rez Infinite is still a VR classic on the Oculus Quest

Rez Infinite is still a VR classic on the Oculus Quest
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Rez Infinite is still a VR classic on the Oculus Quest

Rez Infinite remains to be a VR traditional on the Oculus Quest

Improve’s Oculus Quest model of Rez Infinite is coming simply in time for the discharge of the brand new Quest 2 headset. The Quest model might be launched on Tuesday, October thirteenth — the identical day because the Quest 2.

Rez Infinite has been a VR staple ever because it launched alongside the PlayStation VR in 2016, subsequently making appearances on PC and Google Daydream. It’s a VR remake of Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s trippy musical shooter for the Dreamcast and PS2; the PC and PS4 variations may be performed in 2D as nicely, however the Quest model is in fact VR-only.

I’ve performed via the Quest model of Rez Infinite, and it’s what you’d count on — a strong conversion of an ideal sport that doesn’t want ultra-strong {hardware} to run successfully. The controls work nicely, and efficiency held up wonderful for me past a few minor hitches when issues received hectic. The Infinite-exclusive Space X stage additionally seems to be working at a decrease decision than the remainder of the sport, although it nonetheless seems to be attractive.

I do marvel the way it’d examine on the Quest 2, since I’m nonetheless ready for my order to ship. The screen-door impact is considerably in proof on my unique Quest, and if this model runs at the next decision on the Quest 2’s sharper LCD, the picture high quality must be a good bit improved. Then once more, Rez is a vibrant, high-contrast sport with lots of black backgrounds, so the unique Quest’s OLED panels may be missed.

In any case, Rez Infinite is a must-play sport on any platform, and like Improve’s current Tetris Impact port, the Quest model is a superb choice in case you’re wonderful with solely taking part in it in VR. It’s out tomorrow for $19.99.

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