Here are some things you should know
- Supernatural has a new update that includes an updated one-controller.
- Retrofitting all existing songs with one controller means that you don’t need to wait to get new ones.
- The game also has accessibility features such as a large platform on the floor, front-facing only and no squats.
While fitness is a great reason to buy a headset VR like the Quest 2, some VR games may not be accessible for you. Supernatural recently released an update to allow players with temporary or limb differences to only use one controller when they are exercising.
Supernatural is one the most popular VR games for fitness (Opens in a new tab This accessibility feature is a great addition to the existing modes. Supernatural already includes modifiers to use front-facing only mode and no squat mode — which are particularly excellent for folks in wheelchairs or with other movement impairments — and large floor platform, which can help folks who just need a bit more space to move around.
The best part is that all Supernatural workouts, including the existing ones, will be compatible with this new feature. It can adjust your workouts automatically to make sure you don’t miss any important details. If you have to modify your workouts, you don’t have any need to sacrifice their fidelity.
Beat Saber, on the other hand, added 87 new singlesaber beat maps in July. Each mode’s difficulty level and complexity must each be manually mapped. This means that songs will not support single-saber mode unless they are made specifically for it.
Supernatural is expected to add knee detection before the month ends. (opens in a new tab To its arsenal of features, players can add additional lower-body moves to the already intense upper body movements.
You can exercise in the privacy of your own home. VR can be tried by anyone with a basic understanding of VR, thanks to The Meta Quest 2 and Supernatural games.