As promised recently, a new update to the VR Injection driver vorpX, which brings support for Battlefield 4 and CoD: Ghosts is now available for download.

vorpX Version 0.64

All current owners of vorpX can obtain the new update automatically by restarting vorpX upon which the update (around 10MB in size) will download and install. Full release notes below:

New/Changed:

– Experimental 64bit support
– Added NullTracker to disable tracking completely

Bugfixes:

– Various changes to avoid startup crashes with Steam/Origin/UPlay games on some systems
– Potential crash issues while loading Oculus profiles
– VR Keys mapping not working
– Gamepad mapping not working
– Default Eye Separation twice as high as intended in Geometry 3D
– Keyboard focus ‘ding issue’ with various games
– vorpX Control does not start in Windows Vista
– Disabling vorpX freezes screen in Geometry 3D
– Headtracking activates vorpX option freezes rendering under certain circumstances
– DX9 render time handling in Geometry 3D

Added Profiles:

– ARMA III (Z3D)
– Battlefield 4 (Z3D)
– Bioshock 2 (G3D, Z3D)
– Dead Space 2 (G3D, Z3D)
– Dead Space 3 (G3D, Z3D)
– Outlast (G3D, Z3D)
– Q.U.B.E (G3D, Z3D)
– Splinter Cell Blacklist (Z3D)

Profile changes/fixes:

– Battlefield 3: no 3D after ALT-TAB/Resize
– Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Support for the Director’s Cut added
– Elder Scrolls: Oblivion: nightsky/stars look weird with Geometry 3D
– Elder Scrolls: Skyrim: nightsky/stars look weird with Geometry 3D
– Fallout 3: nightsky/stars look weird with Geometry 3D
– Fallout NV: nightsky/stars look weird with Geometry 3D
– X3: Should now support X3: Albion Prelude in 3D (untested)

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