As announced by Valve today, the company will be ending support for macOS on its virtual reality platform. Meanwhile, other platforms - Windows and Linux - continue to receive support on SteamVR.
Codemasters' racing title DiRT Rally 2.0 now has virtual reality support. The feature arrived via a free update today exclusive to the PC version, available on Steam as well as the Oculus Store.
Hello Games has announced the release date of the highly anticipated No Man's Sky Beyond update, which is slated to add VR support, upgraded multiplayer inspired by MMO titles, and more.
Hello Games' space adventure title No Man's Sky will be receiving complete VR support this year. The feature will arrive with the previously announced Beyond update to the game, for SteamVR and PSVR.
A year after SteamVR Tracking 2.0 first made headlines, HTC has shared a video showing a VR space that extends beyond a single physical room, using trackers to plot common coordinates between spaces.
Gabe Newell has revealed that Valve is working on several new games, in addition to the upcoming trading card game. Valve has also been jealous of Nintendo's software and hardware prowess.
Many OEMs launched several headsets under the Windows Mixed Reality ecosystem including HP, Acer, and Dell. A couple of months ago, Microsoft announced SteamVR compatibility for the platform.
VR headsets supporting Windows Mixed Reality are now getting a look at SteamVR as both Microsoft and Valve have announced a preview of the compatibility for anyone with the necessary hardware.
LG's SteamVR which was showcased earlier this year at the GDC has been spotted at the Korean Virtual Reality Festival. However, a word on pricing or details of when it may launch remain unknown.
Valve has announced an update to its SteamVR Tracking technology, improving its base stations. SteamVR Tracking 2.0 supports more than two base stations and promises to be cheaper, quieter and more.
Holding true to its word, Valve has unleashed the first developer release of SteamVR for Linux with limited support for Nvidia and AMD graphics hardware in conjunction with the HTC Vive VR headset.
Although there have been various rumors that a new VR headset could be arriving from HTC, the company has shot down all speculation, stating that a "Vive 2" will not be making its debut at CES 2017.
Valve has confirmed that it's "actively working" on SteamVR support for Linux and Apple's macOS, and says it hopes to offer its first beta for those platforms "in the next few months".
Steam is best known as a gaming platform, but Valve is expanding its entertainment line-up through a partnership with Lionsgate, offering over 100 movies for rental, including some major franchises.
Half-Life 3D confirmed? Not quite, but the company behind Steam is ready to unveil its VR project that its been working on for the past few years. We'll also see new controllers and devices.