The widely popular free-to-play FPS that released in 2007 will be the first game to show off the Kickstarted Oculus Rift’s virtual reality. “This is a mode that everybody who has a Rift dev kit and access to Team Fortress 2 will be able to play,” explains Valve programmer Joe Ludwig to Engadget.
Unfortunately, there will be some exclusions at first, “The Oculus SDK will only support Windows at launch, but we plan to add support for OS X and Linux as quickly as possible.”
The news on TF2 comes only hours after the announcement of Doom 3 rescinding its launch bundle offer, forcing Oculus to offer refunds or credit.
You can pre-order an Oculus Rift device direct from the manufacturer for $300 and is expected to ship sometime in May 2013.
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