This week we saw many stories and news that directly impacted many VR users including those that own an Oculus Rift. Here’s what you need to know from the past 7 days.
Top Stories From The Last 7 Days
Yu-Gi-Oh! is probably the most popular card game anime in the world besides Pokemon. First airing in 2000, the show brought about some cool ideas that ultimately led to the card game becoming a hit. Now, we might have a chance to see it in VR thanks to this developer and fan.
Ever since the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive was introduced into the marketplace, we’ve seen staggering amounts of VR games that focused on war, shooting, and action. But for some reason, none of those VR titles stuck out amongst its competitors. But Worlds At War by Muddy Pixel might be a different story.
Fortnite is already setting some new records with its reach and audience. In the past 30 days, the game has been streamed around 460 years and 63 days time which overshadows the rest of the games on Twitch. Now, Epic Games has set their eyes on bringing Fortnite to the mobile platform.
Earlier yesterday, Oculus Rift users weren’t able to access the VR headset due to some certificate issues. But now, Oculus has just announced that they’ve resolved the issue with the certificate being expired.
They’ve released an Oculus software update that fixes the issue where the Rift headset failed to start up. If you were one of the people that received the “Can’t Reach Oculus Runtime Service” while trying to boot up the headset, you will have to manually update your Oculus software before you can use the Rift.
If you’ve been having some issues with your VR headset, make sure to take a look at your Nvidia Driver update. There’s been some problems with updates and versions past 388.59 for VR users using an Nvidia graphics card such as the GTX 1050, 1060, 1070, 1080, and the Titan X.