So, here i am. New system (i9 10900K @5ghz rtx3090 64gb ram and fs running on an nvme 2tb ssd)
Have this system for couple of days now and flying has been great so far.
Well, today i hooked up my oculus rift to this new pc to give the vr implementation a go…
What a sh*tshow. And i’m sorry but there’s just no other way to descripe this horrible mess. I allready read the forum alot before even trying and fogured chances it will fail were pretty big. But this just doesnt make any sense to me.
Since i’ve installed the oculus and tried vr for the first time i am unable to go to the general settings tab without the sim crashing to desktop.
So i skipped changing my graphic settings and just went for a flight. I hit the vr mode button. And now it’s saying me i have to press the vr center something button to recenter vr (while it was allready centered) one tip for asobo: give it a default button that we can change later. Now i had to ctr alt delete out of the sim because it wouldn let me do anything else then press tbe center vr button (wich i didn’t have because i didn’t assign one)
So i learnes from this. Started up the sim again and assigned a button. Started my flight and found myself sitting somewhere between the main gear of the aircraft. Really? I just set everything up and in every other programm the vr just put me where it should. In fs i’m unable to get in the cockpit seat. Also only up and down /left and right mocement controls are working. So i can’tgo forward or backward ( it put me all the way back in the plane so…)
Then i tried to find some solutions here and read about registry edits and messing with the oculus debug tool to get thinga working properly.
Wasnt this in beta?
Great job again asobo. But hey, how could we even expect this to be working atleast a little bit when they can’t even seem to make a simple replay system ( that should be allready available since launch to be hounest)
What a huge waste of time it was to focus on vr.
Was gonna be a 20fps slideshow anyway but still was curious about how it would look.
Back to aerofly fs2 for vr flying