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I'm certainly not buying a PSVR2 or whatever. I think you'd be surprised how many people own a console, and would rather just go this route. I certainly wouldn't, but I still know some people out there who somehow operate without a computer, and would rather something like this to be plug-in-play right to their gaming console.I cannot imagine playing this on a wired VR set. Was awesome on my Quest 2 - wireless streaming via Virtual Desktop - and was pure quality.
Why the fuck am I going to do the following as a consumer - Please let me know if I am missing something:
1) Pay more for a VR set locked to Sony who cannot even support the hundreds of titles developed for PSVR1? (MAJOR shit show)
2) Be locked to Sony who doesn't own nearly the amount of exclusives to warrant it in VR to begin with.
3) Sony acting like complete chumps in the market this gen effecting development of games.
4) I can pay less, with damn near the same quality, for a wireless room experience not only holding software on the Quest 2, but a flawless virtual desktop wireless streaming solution to play anything in Steam library with thousands of titles.
5) Meta no longer requires a Facebook account.
Alyx on PSVR2? Who gives a shit. Buy a Quest 2 now and play it in wireless room VR via Virtual Desktop and I promise you if you ever demo this damn thing when it comes out, you will know why.
Not really sure what the market for VR really is, but there's gotta be some to make Sony make another VR set.
Plus, I played Alyx with the Rift and cables. It was perfectly fine. Much rather prefer no cables, but it wasn't that bad at all.