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Rift Core 2.0, Coming December 2017 We’ll release the beta for Rift Core 2.0 as a free update this December, and we can’t wait to see the community’s response.We’re committed to building the future of VR as the next computing platform and an essential part of daily life.We’ve already announced that we’re taking at least 20% off the price of all our apps to celebrate the amazing year we’ve had in 2017.And we certainly haven’t forgotten those of you who helped towards that success by purchasing Affinity apps already.To claim the i OS 11 kit, go to https://affin.co/ios1117 Once again we’d like to thank all of you who’ve helped make it such an incredible year for the Affinity apps.
Dash rolls up all of Rift’s existing menus and UI into a central hub that’s instantly accessible from anywhere in VR—all built natively for Touch.
In the frenzy of releases at the end of last year, we have not managed to sync the codebases of American Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2 to the same revision.
With multiple builds of games and DLC to pass through QA, we did not have enough testing capacity to dedicate to this update.
Dash runs as an overlay inside your current VR experience, so you’ll be able to quickly switch from one app to the next, open your library, connect with friends, and even use the rest of your PC without any extra steps.
Not only does this make VR more intuitive and convenient, it also lets you multitask like never before—a huge plus for creators and developers who use VR while they work.