The fastest and most bonkers PC racing game is getting Oculus Rift CV1 support next year.
The news was confirmed by Ubisoft on the official Trackmania Turbo blog, citing support for Windows 10, the first Oculus Rift consumer headset and Playstation VR onec both the game and hardware are released for the public to buy. It’s fantastic news for any VR racing fans, offering to bring fast-paced racing along massive twisting tracks to Rift gamers worldwide. Additionally, Ubisoft also confirmed that every game mode, track and menu will support virtual reality, making the entire game a seamless and comfortable experience.
With a release date of early 2016, there’s not long to wait before Trackmania Turbo is released, and with the Oculus Rift consumer headset due in the first quarter of 2016, we might be racing virtually and in splendid high-definition before you know it.