- Jun 22, 2016
According to reviews it definitely helps. With the touch controllers you have a second camera and you can buy additional cameras. The Rift supports up to 4 cameras now. I did read one review with the Rift being used with 3 cams and it worked well according to a review but even two cams provide a good room scale experience. The ability to have your hands in game now makes the rift a true VR experience.In the future, I think the majority of the games will catch up on the Rift...no developer wants to miss out on doubling the accessibility of their game. What am I curious about is whether or not the ability to use more cameras will be a big game changer on the Rift...
Now that Oculus has removed DRM from their games allowing Vive owners to play their games...and make money for Oculus I cannot see Rift being the under dog for long.
The Vive is a great system according to reviews so and the Rift has finally caught up with providing a true VR experience so all in all I hope both platforms do really well. I don't see a point of each system having exclusive titles. If each VRset can play all the games then both companies make money. Time will tell though.