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  1. Ady-Judge

    Slow development and overall dissapointment

    Most on here & that use Arma have no VR headsets , pretty much all the people that will only use vr ( like me ) do t habe or can not use the Arma series , as so far no VR
  2. Ady-Judge

    My vision of perfect Arma 4

    Virtual reality support is a MUST only other thing is maybe improved more realistic sim like vehicle/aircraft handling Arma series is involving all the time so no doubt improvements in most areas will continue
  3. Ady-Judge

    Slow development and overall dissapointment

    I’m not bothering with reforger or Arma4 unless they are VR compatible A separate 2d screen just doesn’t cut it now been using arma3 with VorpX which shows how well suited Arma series is to VR crisp sharp & rock solid 90fps
  4. Ady-Judge

    Arma Reforger/Arma4 VR Support

    To add I’m running arma3 in VR rock solid 90fps It’s sharp & crisp & I can see way more than in a monitor Nice 3d (Z buffer method not geometry as geo takes to much power ) it works just fine & that's using a 3rd party app arma 3/4/reforger is very well suited to Vr
  5. Ady-Judge

    Arma Reforger/Arma4 VR Support

    To use on a static 2d separate screen was fine in pre-2018-ish it’s a pure crime right now & like going back to pac man ( again after experiencing vr in milsim like onward that’s no where near as in-depth or as big as Arma ) my pc can run arma3 flawlessly in VR and that’s using VorpX but a 3rd party software add-on isn’t a firm solution
  6. Ady-Judge

    Arma Reforger/Arma4 VR Support

    I defo think native support is coming quickly arma series are ideal for VR With point & click for menus/commands maybe a virtual tablet too a big new market sector will open up as the best vr users have right now is onward which is no where the scope of the Arma series