Oculus DRM Kills Hack that Ports Games to Competing Headsets

Oculus’s new DRM just killed a hack that let games work on competing headsets

  • According to Libre VR, what seems to be happening is that Oculus’ DRM now checks to see whether an Oculus Rift is connected to the PC when playing a game bought from the Oculus store.
  • Oculus has put the kibosh on a workaround that would let people play Oculus-only games on competing headsets, Motherboard has learned.
  • Oculus founder Palmer Luckey previously said that players could mod games in order to play them on ” whatever they want ” as long as they buy the games from Oculus’ online store.

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@motherboard: “Oculus’s new DRM just killed a hack that let games work on competing headsets”


The developer of Revive told Motherboard that the latest Oculus software platform locked down his cross-platform hack.


Oculus DRM Kills Hack that Ports Games to Competing Headsets

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