I’ve tried out RE2 and RE7 so far. I’m using 60 hz with FSR and SteamVR set to 70%. I’m using Potato fov right now. I only have a 1080ti and 7700K so had to turn settings down since PP is required. Both games look incredibly good even with these settings. RE7 is running completely smooth in some areas with a just a bit of repo in some areas. RE2 is still stuttering just a bit but is perfectly playable for me since I don’t get motion sick even with un-even performance. I also tried RE2 with my Quest 2 and while performance was better it just looks much better with my 8KX so I’ve been using that. I need to try small FOV to see how it runs but even Potato is giving me much more FOV than I get with my Quest 2. I tried playing RE7 with vorpx in the past but just couldn’t get a satisfactory experience with it. Now I’m getting an experience equal to what was originally intended on the PSVR with the added benefit of incredible graphics. Everyone needs to try these games out. Praydog has really done an amazing job with these.
In case anyone was unsure, I can confirm it works on RE:2. On a 2080TI running at ~2200 using high FOV, Pitool @ 1 and SteamVR @ 46%, it’s often flirting with 90fps. The bigger issue performance wise is CPU-based FPS drops, which I’m not sure what to do about, but already it’s day and night vs how it ran with PP on.
I disabled DOF/motionblur, set all shadow-settings to low or off, particle lighting low. Have to get to work now so I can’t confirm the other settings, but next time I play I’ll try to catalogue everything for here.
Should not be too hard to do this for other games (if they’re not heavily protected by anti piracy/debugging code). Just get the viewmatrix and find the eye transform
Actually makes me wonder why there’s no one here on the Pimax forum doing this for all VR games. There seems to be a whole scene out there of people doing this stuff to cheat in games, like: [Help] How to get view matrix in the game?
For sure But it’s not that difficult if you know some basic assembler and reverse engineering Although back in the days when I was hacking the pimax firmwares on this forum it struck me that I seemed that there were no other guys on the forum joining in (which I had hoped for). For example https://community.openmr.ai/t/firmware-hacking-custom-modding/842 So maybe there’s no one else here who’s into that.