Games exclusivity is common place for consoles. Master Chief is on Xbox and Nathan Drake is on PS4. That’s the way it is. But for VR, many fans and developers want things to be more open, so gamers can able games on any headset they want. Today, Oculus’ latest update removes a perviously controversial DRM rule, making that idea much more possible.
As first posted on Reddit and later confirmed by UploadVR, Oculus will no longer require a hardware check when playing an Oculus exclusive game, meaning any headset will be allowed to play a game that is exclusive to the Oculus store.