Teleportation issues with the Quest 2

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Dudmaster

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I know it was stated that support for this game was dropped, but I thought I'd try and make a post here anyhow. When I used my Quest 2 to playing Killing Floor Incursion, it ran it great overall except for one slight issue... The teleportation stops working after some time. This wouldn't be as much of an issue is there weren't some puzzles that required the teleport function to pass. The only work around I was able to get to work was to try and speed-run through the puzzle after completing a checkpoint and don't know what causes the teleportation to stop working.

If anyone has suggestions, work arounds, or even fixes... that would be greatly appreciated!

Edit: I played through the game via the virtual desktop app in order to play the game wirelessly. Not sure if that may have something to do with it or not.
 

Dudmaster

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Thought I'd reply to this thread saying that I have determined... It's an issue with the virtual desktop app. I recently got a cord to hook up directly to my PC and not only am I able to teleport with minimal issues, but the locomotion function is even better now.