Superhot VR Will get Massive FPS Enhance on Oculus Quest 2
One of the best VR titles, Superhot VR, is getting a new update for Oculus Quest 2 that will allow the game to run at a speed of 120 frames per second.
Super hot has achieved great success on a variety of platforms thanks to its unique time-consuming gameplay hook. Although the game was first released in 2016, Superhot has since been available for Nintendo Switch, current generation platforms like Xbox Series X, and even VR.
Now Superhot VR is getting a significant performance boost on a given platform. The official Superhot Twitter announced that VR gamers using Oculus Quest 2 will be able to enjoy the game at a smooth 120 FPS, although it’s still an experimental feature.
Gamers can enable this setting in the game’s settings menu as it might prove to be a little too much for VR users who are more sensitive to the effects of the headset if this was the default setting. This 120 FPS mode was only made possible thanks to Oculus Quest 2’s 120 Hz update last month. Gamers who want to enable this higher refresh rate for the actual headset themselves can do so in the Oculus menu settings. However, gamers should be warned that the 120 Hz feature is still in the works. Provided the feature works as intended, Superhot could look and run amazing with a smooth boost of 120 FPS.
It seems that this 120 Hz update could prove to be another hit for the Oculus Quest 2. The Oculus Quest 2 is by far the best-selling Oculus Quest headset, and this feature will no doubt be a huge win for gamers who want to break into VR space. It will also be an interesting draw for developers looking to take their games to the next level, such as the Superhot Team. Superhot’s slow-motion gameplay is all about reacting to and anticipating the movements of enemy combatants, as well as looking at the surroundings to solve puzzles in real time. Being able to experience the game in a stunning VR environment at 120 FPS could make responding to enemies even easier.
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