The good news is that several people out there are now working on a variety of solutions for transitioning older games into VR; in the end that can only be good.
RALF is very responsive to help requests, and he’s gone out of his way to try and support the Pimax community. I wish he had a better HMD as I believe he has basically the worst Pimax HMD imaginable (the original 8K). Pimax would be smart to send him an 8K-X today and the 12K monster when it comes out. RALF is very “VR” oriented and it shows; he seems to vastly prefer as close to a full VR experience as possible, even it that comes with significant compromises in terms of clarity. But that’s just his recommendations, you can always tweak things however you prefer, and it’s all pretty easy once you understand the software. But it’s going to be complicated; there isn’t any way around it. Motion-controller support is pretty good, if you want it, and the new Cyberpunk gesture-system will supposedly make it to other titles.
I will be subscribing to Luke’s Patreon-supported mods soon, just to give some of them a try. I’ve only held off in hopes that the remaining bugs can be worked out (Pimax, the ball is in your court!) Also just the time involved in yet another level of modding; I just have to wait until I have a real block of time. Obviously if Luke doesn’t plan on motion-controller support his approach sounds very different from RALF’s.
An then a completely different person (I think) went and released a mod for LiS Before the Storm, which supports the Index controllers (and others) brilliantly and run incredibly well.
A good time to be a VR user, that’s for sure!