Basemark announces VRScore, a new VR benchmark built with Crytek

Basemark works with Crytek on VRScore, a new VR benchmark.

Published Tue, Mar 15 2016 2:00 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:00 PM CST

With VR taking center stage at the Game Developers Conference, Basemark stands on top of the VR podium with its latest release: VRScore.

VRScore is a benchmark for VR, something that Basemark built with Crytek over the last 9 months. VRScore is a professional benchmark for virtual reality headsets, with VRScore built on a real-world game engine and content, and it even includes an entertainment mode.

We will have our hands-on VRScore as soon as humanly possible, and will put it through its paces and give you a rundown - so stay tuned!

Basemark announces VRScore, a new VR benchmark built with Crytek |

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