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From the red-hot Arsonist to the thoroughly modern House Husband, occupations define your starting gear, weapon, perk, and location as well as faction allies. It also dictates the starting quests you are given. Another Life, then, is one of the best Fallout 4 mods for replay value.

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Inside-out tracking means you don't need external sensors as the headset can keep track of both itself and the controllers around it. Originally this method wasn't as effective, wasn't quite as responsive, and broke immersion in-game. But with the best VR headset, the Oculus Quest 2, the tech is almost on par with the lighthouse in terms of responsiveness now. And is certainly far more convenient.

The Quest 2 is a wireless headset, but you officially need to plug it into your gaming PC via a USB Type-C cable to enjoy the best VR headset experience with your rig. But there are now easily accessible ways to do that wirelessly. However, you do need to have a Wi-Fi 6 router to deliver the level of throughput you require not to spend the entire time vomiting your guts up due to incessant lag.

The best VR headset will catapult you into a digital wonderland, without breaking immersion. Not only should the best VR headset be comfortable and easy to use, it should be great value for money, too. With so many specs it can be daunting looking for a good VR headset, especially without prior experience with virtual reality tech. Thankfully I got my hands on all the popular VR headsets from Valve, Meta, HTC, and the rest, and did some testing so you can decide which are worth your hard-earned cash.

Thanks to inflation, the Meta Quest 2 VR headset price has risen by $100 (opens in new tab). Yet, even with the price hike, it still provides the best wireless premium VR gaming experience for the cost. If you hate the idea of being tethered to a PC, Meta's wireless headset is the answer to your prayers. If money is no object and you're just looking for the purest, most high-end VR headset out there, the Valve Index (opens in new tab) is the closest thing to having a holodeck in your office.

Once you've secured one of the best VR headsets, the next step is figuring out the best VR games. Half-Life: Alyx (opens in new tab) shows what VR is capable of, but it'll push your PC to the limits. There are plenty of other sci-fi titles to enjoy that aren't as intense, such as No Man's Sky (opens in new tab). I recommend checking out the best VR games on PC (opens in new tab) if you want to build out your library in anticipation.

Up until the recent $100 price increase (opens in new tab), the Meta Quest 2 (previously the Oculus Quest 2) improved on the specs sheet of the original Quest and delivered it for cheaper. Now, at the same price, the Meta Quest 2 takes a small knock to its prowess, but it's still the best VR headset available right now. With a new LCD at 1832 x 1920 per eye, the Quest 2 offers exceptional clarity for what is priced like an entry-level headset, but is much more than that.

The Valve Index boasts some of the best visuals of any mainstream, commercially available VR headset, with a display resolution equalling the Vive Pro, Quest, and Odyssey+ but paired with a 120Hz refresh rate (up to 144Hz in a currently unsupported, experimental mode). The FOV, at 130, is also best-in-class, and there's virtually no detectable screen door effect inside the headset.

Finger tracking is one of the distinguishing features of Valve's Index, and there are plenty of impressive implementations (opens in new tab) now more devs are finding themselves in possession of VR headsets. The best I've tried with the Valve Index is the Aperture Hand Labs (opens in new tab) tech demo, which has you waving to, high-fiving, and playing rock-paper-scissors with a collection of quirky Portal-style robots. Where previous touch controllers could only articulate grip, the Index controllers let me give a thumbs-up, point with finger guns, or even offer a Vulcan salute.

And all those premium features come at a price. It's the best VR headset on the market... if you don't consider the value proposition. At nearly a thousand dollars, the complete Index package costs as much as three Quest 2s.

The HTC Vive Pro 2 brings with it a number of updates on the display front to make it one of the most impressive mainstream options around. The native resolution of 2448 x 2448 pixels per eye is incredible, and when coupled with the 120Hz refresh rate and 120-degree field of view, makes for one of the best viewing experiences around.

Setup is still a bit of a pain, and requires mounting the satellites in a way so that they're not bouncing around in response to your own virtual shenanigans. They come with wall mounting brackets, which is probably the best solution. You'll need to place them near power sockets too, as each satellite needs plugging in, and you'll need an extra socket for the headset breakout box too.

The headset is available on its own, which is useful if you're upgrading from a first-generation setup. That full-kit is surprisingly pricey at $1,399 (1,299), while the headset on its own will set you back $799 (719). It's a pricey upgrade over the Valve Index and doesn't do enough beyond the improved display to really justify that cost. Still, if you're looking for the very best display around, particularly as an upgrade, there's certainly a case to be made for the Vive Pro 2. It's a shame the starter kit is so expensive really. 350c69d7ab


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