How to Make a VR Story for your Next Game

The VR experience is coming, and now it’s all about getting the most out of the medium.

Here’s what you need to know about how to make the best VR game possible.


The Oculus Rift is a great way to create immersive worlds The Oculus is the first headset to go head-to-head with the Oculus Touch, but it’s not the only one.

While the two headsets are identical in terms of form factor, the Oculus Rift has its own unique features that make it an ideal platform for VR stories.

The Rift can deliver an incredible 360-degree view that gives players a sense of depth and immersion.

The headset’s positional tracking and camera are also very accurate, so players can move freely without fear of falling.

While you can use the Rift as a stand-alone PC gamepad, you can also use the headset as a standalone PC game controller, a controller that’s also compatible with SteamVR.

Here are some tips to help you get the most from the Oculus: Use a gamepad.

With the Oculus headset, you’ll be able to control a game from a simple joystick.

The controller will be able use the built-in sensors to detect your position and track your movement.

Set up your gamepad in a corner of the room.

Set your game to automatically trigger when the headset’s sensors detect your movement and trigger the controller.

This is very important if you’re playing on a large or tall table.

It’s better to setup your game with the VR controller than with the standard keyboard and mouse.

Set the resolution of the headset.

The default resolution of VR is 1920×1080, which is more than the recommended minimum of 1440×900.

If you’re using a smaller headset, check the size of your screen before you set the resolution.

Set an audio setup.

You’ll need to make sure that you can connect your headset to a PC via USB, since it’ll need an HDMI cable.

The HDMI port on the Oculus requires a minimum of 5V, so be sure to power down your device and connect it to a wall outlet.

Set a minimum FPS to your game.

Most games can run at 30 frames per second, which means you’ll want to keep the minimum FPS as low as possible.

A lower minimum FPS can help you avoid motion sickness.

Set minimum refresh rates to your PC.

If your game requires a 60Hz refresh rate, you might want to set the FPS to 30, 60, or 120Hz.

You can also set your VR controller to have a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz, and set a minimum refresh rate to 30Hz.

If the resolution is lower than the minimum resolution, the controller will have to detect the difference and turn on a high refresh rate mode.

If it’s lower than 60Hz and you set it to 120Hz, the Rift will only refresh at 30Hz instead of 60.

To make sure you’re keeping your minimum FPS, set the controller to auto-detect the difference.

Set VR latency to zero.

VR latency refers to how quickly the Rift can detect motion.

You want it to feel as smooth as possible, and latency is a key indicator of this.

Setting VR latency low is a good way to prevent motion sickness, and you can do this by making sure the controller’s latency sensor detects the difference in latency.

You should also set the Rift to auto detect your motion.

If latency is too high, it can feel unnatural and distracting.

You may need to adjust the latency settings on the controller in VR settings, but make sure to disable motion detection in your game and turn off auto-dimming in your controller settings.

Set background images to high-quality.

When you first install a game on your PC, the default background image you get from SteamVR is a black-and-white image.

This makes it hard to tell how the headset is viewing the world.

Setting a higher quality background image for your game can help make the experience more immersive.

You could also set a low-resolution background image that the headset sees as a background.

Set FPS to 60, and then refresh it at a minimum.

If VR latency is low, try setting the headset to 30 or 30, 120, or 240Hz.

Once you’ve set the minimum refresh settings, you should also make sure your FPS is at a lower value, and make sure the Rift is on.

You don’t want the headset moving while you’re in VR.

If motion sickness is a concern, it’s important to check that the controller doesn’t start to move during gameplay.

If that happens, turn off motion detection.

If FPS is too low, the controllers tracking will be too slow.

You need to keep track of the latency on your controller to prevent this from happening.

Set resolution to 1440×800 or higher.

If a higher resolution is more important to you, set it in VR and refresh it in-game.

It helps you avoid looking like you’re doing something crazy with the Rift. If