Rocket League is a dream in Virtual Reality and you’ll be on your way to kicking virtual soccer balls around in no time with our recommended setings. This one of our favorite games, and one of the best to play in VR with friends!
Start up Rocket League and head to settings, then video. For this guide, we’re assuming you have a GTX 1060 or 1070 and meet our basic requirements recommendations before jumping in.
We also recommend you play in one of our game-friendly environments such as Void or Andromeda, which require less of your computer.
Here’s our recommended settings we suggest you start with for Rocket League in VR:
This should work for you right away, but if not, we suggest lowering the anti-alias quality and render quality until it’s clearly smooth.
If you’re seeing frames dropping or tearing inside either Rocket League or Bigscreen it’s likely because your game is using 100% of your resources leaving very little available for Bigscreen to render the VR environment. This is important, as you’ll need a lot of graphics and CPU power to run both.
There are a bunch of ways to troubleshoot these problems, but here’s some of our most common fixes for a less than ideal experience:
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