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Bring Lone Echo to Quest.

DilipDilip Posts: 257
Nexus 6
edited May 2019 in General
After formal announcement of Quest i think its right time the forum itself should have Oculus Quest Category.. So Moderators look here. 

No.1 sought after and top ranked title Lone Echo need to be available on Quest. I think to make 'Oculus Quest' as it has been positioned as cross platform supported and every thing similar to Rift has to offer, its best idea for Oculus to motivate makers of Lone Echo to bring the title in full length and tone down details to Quest. 

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  • Shadowmask72Shadowmask72 Posts: 4,294 Valuable Player
    edited May 2019
    https://forums.oculusvr.com/community/categories/oculus-quest

    I said in another thread but Oculus really should invest in a free to play multiplayer social experience type game such as Echo Arena for Quest. This would mean there is always a go to game for people to try out when first booting up the quest. If it's free then the population should always mean it's easy jumping into a game.


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  • DilipDilip Posts: 257
    Nexus 6
    https://forums.oculusvr.com/community/categories/oculus-quest

    I said in another thread but Oculus really should invest in a free to play multiplayer social experience type game such as Echo Arena for Quest. This would mean there is always a go to game for people to try out when first booting up the quest. If it's free then the population should always mean it's easy jumping into a game.
    Absolutely... Indeed there are many good games given free by Oculus to promote the headset, yet they need to be downloaded from store and they are not part of home environment, its great idea if small door/portal available in home itself which if accessed take user to Echo Arena, it can become great attraction in grand scheme of things. Certainly can increase value of oculus home thus bring more people to quest. 
  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 6,038 Volunteer Moderator
    There’s been a Quest forum category since mid-April, check the link in Shadowmask’s post.

    I don’t think Lone Echo will make it to the Quest, at least not looking anything like the PC version. It’s one of the more demanding PCVR games. Echo VR (Arena and Combat) could hopefully be ported, though. I’d love to see that happen, especially if it had cross-play with the PC user base. 
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  • DilipDilip Posts: 257
    Nexus 6
    Updated title, on may 5 i could not locate category hence kept title. I strongly believe in Lone Echo quality of experience and certainly even with toned down graphics its all worthy title for porting to quest. specially for length and quality of experience  its all worthy for play. Consider someone never had PC and purchased quest as first device level of interaction experience and atmosphere lone echo can provide is second to none.
  • JayOculusJayOculus Posts: 1
    NerveGear
    Day 1 buy if you bring it to quest ! 
  • TugennovTugennov Posts: 8
    Brain Burst
    Day 1 buy for me as well even if the graphics look like a 1960's cartoon, I'd still love to play it.
  • val.borrmannval.borrmann Posts: 1
    NerveGear
    When is Lone Quest coming to Quest?

  • Hiro_Protag0nistHiro_Protag0nist Posts: 4,998 Valuable Player
    When they put an XR2 in the Quest.  Which hopefully they will do later this year.    B)
  • RuneSR2RuneSR2 Posts: 6,570 Valuable Player
    edited February 15
    Bring Lone Echo to Quest.

    No.
    You do not bring Lone Echo to Quest - that would be kind of an insult to one of the greatest games ever made. You bring Quest to Lone Echo - and for that you use an Oculus Link cable. 

    If you care for real VR games, then you buy a real pc and support PCVR. 
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  • dburnedburne Posts: 4,076 Valuable Player
    Yeah I tried the Quest version of Robo Recall, and it looks like crap compared to the Rift version.

    Don

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  • ohgrantohgrant Posts: 349
    Trinity
    edited February 15
     Robo Recall is a brilliant port IMO. It doesn't look like crap to my eyes and I prefer to play that one native, mostly because of the bigger play space and unteathered ability .  Here are some native snaps with internal SS set at 2048*2048.
    I'm confident if the devs put their minds to it and it was financially feasible they could come up with a brilliant looking Lone Eco port. 

     
        
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  • dburnedburne Posts: 4,076 Valuable Player
    Well I will have a look again, last time I tried shortly after getting Quest I was not much impressed, I did think it looked like crap in comparison to my Rift S.
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  • ohgrantohgrant Posts: 349
    Trinity
    Indeed, it looks stunning on my Reverb with revive, but I would still not classify the Quest results crappy by comparison.
     To put it in perspective, when I first played Robo Recall on my CV1, Touch was new as was Oculus going room scale, I was playing it on my old Xeon and AMD R9390. It preformed well enough and looked great compared to many VR titles of that time.  
     The Quest native version looks much better than when I first played it on the pototo I had at the time. There are a some things that have been noticeably nerfed but in no way affects the game play to me. IMO Robo Recall and Star Trek Bridge Crew are the best looking Quest game ports. I hate to be redundant, but a lot of joy to be had from the simple native super sampling mod.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBqAIITC1HM

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