Elite Dangerous

Elite: Dangerous is one of the most highly anticipated video games in virtual reality, at the moment. Latest news reports that fans are very excited about the new updates being released for supporting the game in Oculus Rift’s headset.

The launch date of the game has yet to be released but the fan following is already raving about the previous versions in forums. Elite: Dangerous is a space simulation video game constructed specifically for virtual reality gaming. The developers of the game ‘Frontier Developments’ introduced an update personally to the fans, letting them know that a beta version will soon be available for download. They have outlined some specific updates that have been added to Elite: Dangerous which will make a significant amount of difference in the game play.

Frontier Developers have claimed that Elite: Dangerous will be supported by the latest headset prototype released by Oculus Rift. This update should increase the smoothness and graphics of the game considerably; there shouldn’t be any lags or stutters within the game. Previously, the loading screen seemed to have some issues working with the Oculus Rift headset. The developers have addressed that issue and came up with another update that sorts this out. A few other updates that were added include fixing the inability to enter full screen mode while using the ‘direct’ setting on the Oculus Rift headset, along with correcting the galaxy map issues being reported by a lot of players (some problems with rotating the map were occurring). Apparently, Frontier Developments have said that the full screen option will no longer be available for access during the direct version of play with the Oculus Rift headset.

The launch event has been scheduled for later this year and the developers have promised to have a team that will live stream updates consistently on social media platforms. Fans will be kept up to date about the latest release, its impact on the technology world and what debates are being caused because of it. The fan base worldwide is extremely disappointed with one last update that Frontier Developments have introduced into the game: Elite: Dangerous will no longer be available for play in offline mode. This news has made headlines all over the gaming community and the general consensus is extremely unhappy clientele. The reason for this is ‘poor quality’ while playing the game offline, according to the developers. Virtual Reality Times will keep coming back to you with the newest updates about Elite: Dangerous.

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For more information on Elite: Dangerous, please visit the following links:

http://www.elitedangerous.com/

http://vrfocus.com/archives/8925/elite-dangerous-oculus-rift-supported-updated-new-beta/

http://arstechnica.com/staff/2014/10/multi-hour-oculus-rift-sessions-are-doing-weird-things-to-my-eyes/

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