Codemasters have released a mammoth 10gb update for popular rally title DiRT Rally, finally bringing Oculus Rift support to the off road racing game. Teased just last week by the British studio, Codemasters have today released a patch for PC users of the rally title enabling early Oculus Rift support. Oculus compatibility is currently only available for PC players of the game, with support for other Virtual Reality headsets and console versions of the title possibly coming to the game at a later date. Although sizable at 10GB, the patch doesn't bring any further enhancements to the sim other than the addition of motion blur to the AI cars in game. Oculus support is compatible with both the earlier DK2 versions of Oculus and the more recent consumer unit (CV1) headset. Some notes on using Oculus Rift VR Support can be read below: To get the game to boot in VR, simply plug in your Oculus headset before you press Play in Steam. We don’t recommend you turn on VR in the Steam Client, as doing so will disable the Steam Overlay on the desktop image of the game. To re-centre your view, just hit the Left Ctrl key. We have added configurable options in the HUD settings in order to reduce motion sickness, which are active by default. We’ve also given each track a comfort rating as a guide to help control motion sickness. DK2 does work with the VR version of DiRT Rally. Additional comments: Graphics - Motion blur being applied to AI cars. Check out our DiRTY Forum for news items, discussion points, quality downloads and of course access to our wonderful DiRT Rally Racing Club and Leagues! Join in the fun today! DiRT and VR? Sounds like a good combination... if you are lucky enough to have Oculus Rift and DiRT Rally let us know how you find the experience below!!