Codemasters has confirmed that their upcoming rally sim DiRT Rally 2.0 will not support VR at launch.
Rather than calling it a day on VR though, Chief Game Designer Ross Gowing has stated that they are taking people’s comments on board and should there be “enormous demand” it could be something they include in a future update.
Fans have actually set up a petition to rally support for VR, you can sign it here.revealed last week via a trailer, we’ve since learned the title will launch with eight rallycross tracks, the pre-order goodies and Deluxe Edition contents have been revealed, and we’ve admired the first batch of screenshots. We spoke to Chief Games Designer Ross Gowing before having an interview with real-world rally driver and DiRT Rally 2.0 consultant Jon Armstrong.
DiRT Rally 2.0 is scheduled for release on February 26, 2019, across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms. We’ll have lots more on DiRT Rally 2.0 shortly.