Oculus exclusives will once again be playable on non-Oculus headsets when players use independently developed software thanks to a new update.
In an update released today, Oculus removed the headset DRM checks built into Oculus-exclusive games that required an Oculus Rift headset be connected to a computer before those games would launch.
This change was discovered by a Revive developer, who posted the discovery to the Vive subreddit today. Revive is a program that allows Vive users to access Oculus-exclusive games, and the developers have been locked in a battle with the headset checks until today.
Source:: IGN -Reviews