When it comes to sci-fi franchise virtual reality (VR) offerings at Gamescom, I can wholeheartedly assert that Star Trek: Bridge Crew easily kicked Star Wars: Battlefront: Rogue One X-Wing VR Mission’s ass. Not just because of the games’ names, either.

Ubisoft today confirmed release dates for its three big virtual reality (VR) titles —Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Eagle Flight and Werewolves Within. Eagle Flight hits store shelves first in October, available for the Oculus Rift on 18 October. It then heads to the

Eagle Flight, the virtual reality exclusive from Ubisoft Montreal, will be one of the most popular of the 50 games available in the PlayStation VR launch period for its accessibility. It’s not the Wii Sports of the technology – no single

Ubisoft used its E3 press conference to detail Star Trek: Bridge Crew. Check out the game — featuring Star Trek‘s LeVar Burton, Jeri Ryan and Karl Urban — below: We’ve a couple screenshots from the game to share with you: We’ll

Ubisoft today detailed Eagle Flight in conjunction with Oculus. The VR-based title will offer up the experience of flight. Check it out: What do you think? Eagle Flight will be available on all VR platforms.

Bethesda today outlined it will offer virtual reality (VR) support on two of its games. Bethesda’s Pete Hines today confirmed that Doom and Fallout 4 will soon support VR. Fallout 4 will head into VR in 2017 on HTC Vive. No word yet on Doom.

The (American) ABC today reports that Ubisoft will detail a Star Trek VR bridge simulator at E3. Called Star Trek: Bridge Crew, and developed by Red Storm Entertainment, the virtual reality game will place you and three friends on the

Oculus has today patched an exploit that allowed for Rift games to be played using an HTC Vive. “Our latest software update included several new features, bug fixes and security upgrades, including an update to our entitlement check that we added

The IKEA VR Experience is now available on Steam, and what’s more, it’s listed as a survival horror title. The virtual reality application lets you plan out a kitchen, and a new addition to the program lets you cook meatballs. Yup.

Independent developer and Redditor CrossVR has created software called Revive that patches Oculus Rift games so they’re playable with the HTC Vive virtual reality headset. “It works by reimplementing functions from the Oculus Runtime and translating them to OpenVR calls,” Revive’s

Ubisoft today unveiled Werewolves Within, a VR experience “available on major VR platforms in Fall 2016.” The game, which you can see below, is being developed by Red Storm Entertainment. “VR is proving to be an amazing platform for social interaction, moving

It’s a big day for virtual reality (VR), with HTC Vive retail units and Microsoft HoloLens development kits both up for pre-order. The HTC Vive can be pre-ordered for $818 USD, totaling $928 USD after shipping. The $1303 AUD (after shipping