Virtual reality games are oftentimes ridiculous – but also tons of fun.
One of these silly, yet enjoyable titles is Headmaster which launched on PSVR last year. This PS4 exclusivity ensured that PC headset owners couldn’t get their head into the game. That changes today with the surprise launch of Headmaster via Oculus Home and SteamVR.
New features included with the PC edition of Headmaster include a practice zone, difficulty adjustment and even something called “No Hands Support” for folks with VR controllers. The in-game hands aren’t enabled by default – after all, you’re supposed to use your head in Headmaster.