Echo VR 90Hz Assist Added On Oculus Quest 2
Another great Oculus Quest 2 game just got support for one of the headset’s most important functions. Echo VR 90Hz support is live.
A hotfix for the zero gravity multiplayer hit released yesterday enabled official support for the new headset. That means matches with Echo VR look smoother and more compelling than before and still on Quest 1’s 72Hz display. Or, the 90Hz support could also give you an edge when playing online.
Elsewhere, the hotfix fixes controller deadband issues that are reported to not work properly on the new Quest 2 controllers, and there are many other fixes and tweaks.
Echo VR remains a high-ranking title in our 25 best Oculus Quest games. So it’s great to see that the title continues to be supported on the platform. However, in September, developer Ready at Dawn confirmed that no work is currently being done to bring the game’s expansion, Echo Combat to Quest, although plans may change in the future.
In the meantime, the Ready at Dawn, now on Facebook, continues to work on the Oculus Rift exclusive, Lone Echo 2, which is now set to be released in 2021. It’s been a long time since we haven’t seen anything solid from the single player followers. and we wonder if there might be any material changes to the release. Maybe we could see the game make its way to SteamVR, similar to tomorrow’s release of the Facebook-released Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond?
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