I've seen like a dozen posts already about people being concerned about how Tetris Effect will run VR since it's on the EGS and not on Steam. I also tried Tetris Effect from the Epic Games Store on Valve Index for a bit before I decided that it just didn’t feel right, and never went back. Where to buy: Epic Games store. The situation is this: Tetris Effect can be launched from the Epic Store without any extra software. SteamVR is something you need via Steam. Valve Index Reviews Oculus Quest Reviews PlayStation VR Reviews ... the single-player Tetris Effect is a very good videogame but the upcoming … ↑ 2.0 2.1 Tetris Effect: Connected FAQ - last accessed on 2020-11-10 ↑ Tetris Effect - last accessed on July 26, 2019 "Unlocked resolution and uncapped framerate if Vsync is disabled, increased texture and particle effect options, support for super high-resolution and ultrawide monitors, and more." Tetris has been around for almost 35 years has been a staple of gaming ever since I first picked up a controller. Tetris Effect is a wonderful game on a standard screen, but playing in virtual reality offers an experience that can’t be replicated in any other way. From what I heard Vive and Valve Index VR Headsets Require SteamVR / OpenVR to work with titles. $29.99 for Valve Index, HTC Vive, and Oculus Buy now. You don't need Steam to launch Tetris Effect, or to play it with an Oculus Rift. You’d be forgiven for being surprised that a Tetris game is the best anything in 2020, let alone a virtual reality game. Tetris Effect offers the same core, addictive gameplay experience the series is known for, fitting waves of tetriminos to make lines across the game board and score as many points as possible. $29.99 for Oculus Buy now. With PSVR, I knew I didn’t want to see the screen door effect instead of the beautiful environments in crisp high definition. Since it’s original release in 1985, 132 individual licensed Tetris titles have been released across almost every major (and minor) platform including the most recent version, Tetris Effect. If you own an Index, then the winning combination of incredible screen clarity and crystal-clear off-ear headphones will bring Tetris Effect to a new level. ↑ Verified by User:Rose on 2020-11-10 Tetris Effect Supports: Valve Index, HTC Vive and Oculus headsets. Games made to run SteamVR launch SteamVR no matter where you get them; just go download a few things from itch.io if you want confirmation or check back on the tons of posts about Subnautica when it was free on EGS a few months back. Beat Saber. Valve’s Index VR headset, for example, can run visual modes at 120 or 144 frames per second with best in class comfort that could make multi-hour play sessions more appealing.