Resident Evil 4 VR Will Launch On Oculus Quest 2 In October

Oculus has announced that Resident Evil 4 VR will be coming to the Quest 2 on October 21. This version completely reimagines the classic title and provides a brand-new way to experience it.It also supports full-motion and teleportation travel movements, and it changes how players interact with items. Players can directly grab items from their own body, such as the gun on their belt, the knife from the holster on Leon's chest, or the health pack that's on their left shoulder. Players have to even have to reload their weapons by pulling out ammo from their left pouch and loading them in.Puzzles and the typewriter save spots have been recreated in order for players to interact with them in VR space, too. The game's lauded inventory system allows players to move around all of their items physically. Cutscenes are presented on a theater screen instead of first-person VR, and actions like climbing ladders or jumping through windows are in third-person.Continue Reading at GameSpot

Resident Evil 4 VR Will Launch On Oculus Quest 2 In October

Oculus has announced that Resident Evil 4 VR will be coming to the Quest 2 on October 21. This version completely reimagines the classic title and provides a brand-new way to experience it.

It also supports full-motion and teleportation travel movements, and it changes how players interact with items. Players can directly grab items from their own body, such as the gun on their belt, the knife from the holster on Leon's chest, or the health pack that's on their left shoulder. Players have to even have to reload their weapons by pulling out ammo from their left pouch and loading them in.

Puzzles and the typewriter save spots have been recreated in order for players to interact with them in VR space, too. The game's lauded inventory system allows players to move around all of their items physically. Cutscenes are presented on a theater screen instead of first-person VR, and actions like climbing ladders or jumping through windows are in third-person.

Continue Reading at GameSpot