So far, Steam used to list all the games with support for VR in the same place, regardless of what type of technology they used to implement the virtual reality. Eventually, this could have lead to confusion, therefore, Valve has improved the filtering options on its platform.
At this point, users are able to narrow if they want to see only the games that have support for Oculus Rift or only the games that support HTC Vive. Moreover, they can now see what control methods are accepted by the game, whether it’s mouse and keyboard, gamepad or special devices that track the movement.
Besides that, the Play Area is also specified. You can now select between games that can be played while seated, while standing, or which require an entire room.
The current listing doesn’t include options for OSVR, which just received support for Team Fortress 2, Half-Life 2 and Elite: Dangerous.
Currently, there are more than 40 games with support for VR on Steam.