Valve has recently reorganised their ‘VR Support’ section on Steam store pages, claiming that the old system for displaying supported hardware wasn’t efficient enough to keep up with the ever-growing VR market. This change was made in an attempt to give developers more control and flexibility. Now instead of listing all compatible headsets and playspaces, developers can list only ‘VR Only’ or ‘VR Supported’ on store pages while adding specific headset compatibility info under the System Requirements section. Examples such as Half-Life: Alyx which lists ‘VR Only’ and ‘Tracked Controller Support’ whereas Dirt Rally 2 uses ‘VR Supported’ but does not require use of VR controllers show how this works in practice. Valve seems to be moving towards streamlining the process and wants developers to have greater control over their game’s info page on Steam Store Pages – something which many people were expecting from Valve given its minimal interest in VR during the last few years .
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