It looks better than MPU.
It certainly does not - in any way - look better than MPU I really wanted to like the game - it's based on the most awesome idea - but you can't pack the universe into a 850MB box - and it shows - my review, sadly:"The blurriest textures on the Rift?Extremely blurry game, this game does not respond to Oculus Tray Tool (OTT) at all, thus I can't enable super-sampling (OTT is on, it just doesn't do anything - I've never experienced that before) - and if there's one thing these mega-ton-blurry textures need it's super-sampling. I activated the Oculus Tray Tool HUD for Pixel Density and got - nothing - no value is registered in the HUD. Disabling OTT did nothing either. So this game is special and overrides usual Rift settings. AA and anything with "SSAO MB" resulted in mega-mega-blurry (but antialiased!) textures - simply horribly to look at, like someone dripped liquid butter in my eyes ;-) So do yourself a favor - get the best and most crisp textures by completely disabling AA (and worse) in the menu. I maxed out the other (tesselation) settings with no problems. Using 1080, 7700k, 16GB. Frame rate was great - then again game looks like it's using a super-sampling value of 0.5... It was fun to fly around and this game is based on an awesome idea - but I simply can't - and won't - accept such mega-extremely mega-poor textures. This game in no way represents the awesome quality the Rift is known for, it feels like a badly ported game from the PS4. I will have to refund this game, sorry."
@RuneSR2 Did you turn off all post processing? In the reddit they claim that fixed the blurHeads up for everyone with blur issues, turn off aa + sma + blur ++ which was on by default for me 1080ti. Looks MUCH better afterhttps://www.reddit.com/r/oculus/comments/95wlsc/megaton_rainfall_impressions/
I ended up buying the game (I didn't realize it was only $14.99)I disabled the post-processing stuff and the game is not blurry for me. However, the textures are certainly not up-to-par with standard Rift games.That being said, I love the concept so much that I'm going to keep the game. I'll complete a level every so often until I hit the end-game. It's nothing to get obsessed over, but I most certainly enjoy what this offers. If a game was made specifically for the Rift that incorporates these concepts then omfg what an experience that would be!I completed level one and actually failed the first mission when it came to stopping the Alien Boss .The cinematic of the Alien mothership blowing an entire town to hell was amazing to experience in VR (even with low quality textures).
I flew down to street level and watched the cars and people running around. It looks... quite bad lolThis game is definitely NOT about the "details." It's about the higher level experience of flying above the Earth and racing to kill giant Aliens.If this game had better textures though, it would be quite close to a "killer app."
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