Published on December 30th, 2013 | by dee1
Is Call of Duty Ghosts Coming to Oculus Rift?
What is Oculus Rift
If you’re unaware of what’s going on in the world of Oculus Rift and virtual reality gaming, then it’s about time you got caught up! The Oculus Rift is a virtual reality display that is mounted to your head, giving the wearer a futuristic experience with their favorite games. It was specifically designed with gaming in mind, and features a wide field of vision combined with a high resolution display. By using a head tracking device that’s very responsive, the wearer of the Rift gets to essentially step into the world of their favorite games without the need for a stationary television display to provide their vision of the game.
Does the Oculus Rift have a bright future?
The makers of Oculus Rift have very recently received as much as 75 million dollars in funding according to mashable. It was a type of fund raiser that brought in the funds and it should be the final step in giving the creators what they need to bring virtual reality gaming to customers around the world.
Will we see Call of Duty Ghosts on the Oculus Rift?
We’re glad you asked, because we’ve already seen evidence of Battlefield 4 being played on the Oculus Rift, we’ll share the video below. It includes a very realistic environment, same as you’d see on the PC version of the game. It’s likely that the beta version of the Oculus Rift will include demo versions of both Call of Duty Ghosts and Battlefield 4, along with several other in-demand titles.
VorpX is a utility that specifically adds Oculus Rift support to many of the current titles that gamers love to play today. We won’t go into a whole lot of depth about VorpX because it’s already been covered in great detail over at Road to VR. Here’s a small explanation of the VorpX driver in relation to virtual reality:
VorpX is a stereoscopic 3D driver for DirectX 9, 10, and 11 games that adapts many existing games for virtual reality gaming with the Oculus Rift. This includes two modes of 3D for many titles, head tracking, and a number of smart VR-specific enhancements to make it easy to enjoy games in VR even though they weren’t designed with the Rift in mind.