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Oculus Rolls Out Rift 1.23 Software Update, Adds Multiple Homes

Oculus Rolls Out Rift 1.23 Software Update, Adds Multiple Homes

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Staff Writer

Oculus announced that it has started rolling out its latest Rift 1.23 software update, which alongside the usual bug fixes and performance improvements now includes the ability to create and customize more than one Home in Rift Core 2.0, as well as add games and experiences you want to buy from the Oculus Store to your wishlist directly inside of VR.

Rift Core 2.0 is considered a major overhaul of the Rift’s existing platform that will let users do more in virtual reality than ever before. Rift Core 2.0 is currently still in beta, so even if you aren’t already enrolled in the Public Test Channel, you can opt-in by simply heading to the Settings page, click on the Beta tab, and then make sure you toggle the ‘Rift Core 2.0 Beta’ option to on, which is disabled by default.

Here are the full release notes for the Rift 1.23 software update:

Features

Oculus Store:

  • Now you can add applications and games to your wish list when you are exploring the store in virtual reality. This feature was previously only available in the Oculus desktop app.

Rift Core 2.0 Beta:

  • Added the possibility to create and customize multiple Homes. You can select your default home by picking up your preview area and selecting its properties. The privacy options of each Home can be consulted from the Oculus desktop app.
  • Added different bug fixes and stability improvements.

Graphics:

  • Fixed a problem that affected the regression check of the AMD driver.
  • Added different bug fixes and stability improvements.

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