Everyone has been tinkering with virtual reality as more Oculus Rift developer kits arrive on people’s doorsteps everyday. Their testing ground: Team Fortress 2. Valve are hot on the case with fixes and patches, the latest primarily aimed at the VR mode. Also, the Linux version of Team Fortress 2 has has “Improved performance and stability”, which can only be a good thing.
Here are the patch notes:
- Added a new ConVar cl_first_person_uses_world_model to allow this mode to be used outside of VR mode
- Disabled plug-ins that would allow users to connect to secure game servers even when -insecure is specified on the command line
- Continued use of such plug-ins will risk your Steam account getting VAC banned
- Added support for unloading the displayed URL when the user closes the info panel
- Added ConVar sv_motd_unload_on_dismissal to allow server ops to control the default behavior of their MOTD
- Fixed a client crash related to doing a changelevel while firing the Minigun
- Fixed a bug where you could come out of a teleporter facing the wrong way in VR mode
- Fixed a bug with custom fonts not loading for third party HUDs on Linux.
- Improved performance and stability for the Linux version
Our overlord Tim has received his Oculus Rift developer kit this morning:
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— Tim Edwards (@hanknova) April 22, 2013