In a shocking move today, Ubisoft has reported that Star Trek: Bridge Crew is not any more a VR-restrictive title. As indicated by a Steam Community post the refresh is being conveyed by method for an “expansive similarity fix” that “empowers non-VR play and in addition including improved help for Windows Mixed Reality headsets.”
For a diversion that is so personally fixing to its hand-nearness and movement control bolster, I can unquestionably say I’m amazed. When I audited the amusement I noticed how wasteful and inconvenient playing with a gamepad felt so I can’t envision playing outside of VR will be anyplace close as immersive and natural. In any case, on the brilliant side, maybe this will be the flood of new players the diversion needs to remain dynamic as far as multiplayer.
As expressed, the fix likewise includes bolster for Windows VR headsets, which is extraordinary to see, as the considerable rundown of producers for that stage will probably observe solid market infiltration throughout the following year because of the lower cost and absence of outer following sensors.
We’ve connected with Ubisoft to check whether this fix is coming to PS4 too to empower non-PSVR play or if it’s confined to the PC form as it were. We’ve additionally gotten some information about regardless of whether players can restrain matchmaking to simply VR players or just non-VR players for include equality since the diversion as of now has cross-stage multiplayer.