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yao mtc May 15, 2022 @ 1:37pm
VR on Linux - Proton: List of VR titles that work with it
This list contains many VR titles which are not whitelisted or native (so you will not get support from Valve or the game developers) but were confirmed to work well.

This was created because ProtonDB does not have a way to filter for only "VR Supported" or "VR Only" games, only by user tags: https://www.protondb.com/explore?selectedFilters=userTags&selectedTags=VR

Tweaks may be required, and updates may change how well it works with Proton, so be sure to read the latest reviews on ProtonDB.

Also check out the list of native/supported VR hardware and software on Gitlab[gitlab.com] or on Steam.


*VR Supported title, not VR Only. Most reviews likely do not reflect VR performance.
Last edited by yao mtc; Jun 30, 2023 @ 6:48pm
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yao mtc May 15, 2022 @ 2:28pm 
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Antonio Huertes May 17, 2022 @ 1:54pm 
wow!! thaks!!
yao mtc May 21, 2022 @ 9:42pm 
I've added the Vive Trackers to the hardware list. These are currently the only way to get full body tracking in VR on Linux that I know of. Other solutions, such as the Tundra trackers, slimeVR, KinectToVR, and the HaritoraX are all Windows exclusives for now.
Originally posted by yao mtc:
I've added the Vive Trackers to the hardware list. These are currently the only way to get full body tracking in VR on Linux that I know of. Other solutions, such as the Tundra trackers, slimeVR, KinectToVR, and the HaritoraX are all Windows exclusives for now.

You can add Star Wars Squadrons, and DCS to the works with protondb in vr list as well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1LxA8HCksI&t=481s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8owMwM3qGwM&t=433s
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