It just goes to a black screen with cursor. ..
wonder if theres a way to disable the headset in windows.
https://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/SubnauticaSnagged it, vr is okay, but anyone know how to bypass launching in VR mode minus unplugging the headset? Otherwise pretty fun.
VR works. You just have to give it time to load... It was a little off putting the first time I started a game and ended up staring at a blank screen. "Did it crash? What's going on?" Then I pulled the HMD and saw the loading screen on my monitor.
I am not the target market for these crafting heavy games. You spend a bunch of time in menus and inventories, this just doesn't work well in VR. Especially since you have to use a controller.
This is one to play in pancake with a mouse and keyboard. If it's your kind of thing. I'm gonna give it another chance, but I doubt this is one I'll spend much time with. Which is unfortunate, I've heard good things.
This game was incredible. I actually wish I could pull the knowledge of it out of my skull so I could start all over. The visuals are beautiful, the crafting isn't too overburdening, the difficulty isn't too hard nor too easy, if you want to avoid most of the usual "survival" frenzy that these games usually bring, there's an option for that.
The only thing that really sucks is the inventory management. I found it's generally better to find and remember where resources are rather than strip mine everything. I just kept having to keep loads of shit that I didn't need in spots that I couldn't keep straight. Other than that, definitely one of the best games I've played recently.
Definitely. That's how I started playing too and I ended up hating it until I stopped hoarding everything.lol yeah i've already lost 2 floating inventory containers, i have no clue where i left them.. that's my fault for being an idiot and not putting them near my escape pod..
Definitely. That's how I started playing too and I ended up hating it until I stopped hoarding everything.
I'd probably say PC, provided that you can run the graphics to atleast match the Xbone. There are a few moments when the finer control of a mouse makes a difference, and you can always just plug the Xbone controller into the PC if you want to use it.I bought this a million years ago on Xbone, now I have it on PC.
I'm really not into survival games, but the rave reviews here and elsewhere have convinced me to give it a try.
Which is the better platform to play on?
I'd probably say PC, provided that you can run the graphics to atleast match the Xbone. There are a few moments when the finer control of a mouse makes a difference, and you can always just plug the Xbone controller into the PC if you want to use it.