Steam VR, a special version of the digital videogame store running in virtual reality (VR), has received a small update. Creator Valve has upgraded the service to be compatible with the latest version of the Oculus Rift VR headset’s software development kit (SDK) and added some new options to the interface.
The VR menu can now run on version 0.2.5c of the Oculus SDK, meaning it now matches the latest version of the software which can be found of GitHub. The company has also added in the ability to tweak the user configuration and log paths while Steam VR is actually running.
Steam VR was launched in beta in January 2014.Though it was initially rumoured to be making its own VR headset, Valve has since pledged full support for the Oculus Rift . VRFocus will keep you up-to-date on the progress of Steam VR and all things Oculus Rift.