Razer Cortex Adds VR Support In Latest Update
Razer’s multi-purpose support tool, Razer Cortex just received a new update bringing with it a pretty huge new feature to the software in the form of VR title support. The game discovery and management client now supports a variety of virtual reality content including free and paid VR games, documentaries, movies as well as other downloadable content.
Razer Cortex is most commonly known for its library management similar to Valve’s Steam and EA’s Origin client. It also showcases third party game deals and promotions from various digital stores.
Similar to Steam and Origin, Cortex also has its very own cloud back up system for game saves, can launch games purchased on other softwares, allows recording of videos and screenshots to be shared over a variety of social networks.
Perhaps the most unique feature of Razer Cortex however is the Game Booster that automatically tweaks and optimizes a systems performance whenever a user launches a game to improve the gameplay experience and those who are a bit more tech savvy can alter the performance boost as per desire.
Thanks to Open Source Virtual Reality and its hardware and content cross compatibility, Cortex now also supports multitude of VR headsets including Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Once the users update their Razer Cortex, a new VR tab will appear in the software providing easy access to VR network which currently has a total of 140 titles, free and paid both.