, the outspoken developer behind indie hit Braid and upcoming puzzle game
a pair of pictures hinting that virtual reality support may be coming to the
-alike. The images feature the unmistakable double-vision familiar from every Oculus Rift game demo, and as pointed out by an
on Blow's site, the images are titled VR1 and VR2.
For all of the excitement around the Oculus Rift, including John Carmack's
recent full-time devotion to the project
, programming Rift support into games is still fairly rare. According to
Road to VR
, barely two dozen games have been developed with in-house Rift support.Luckily for VR enthusiasts, third-party drivers have added support to dozens more including
Skyrim, Arma 2 and Mirror's Edge
Getting to explore the lush island of The Witness with built-in VR support will be a treat, but there is a snag in this fantasy: The Witness will hit the PS4 before it comes to PC, and Sony is
to be launching a VR headset for its console. Still, once the work of building to VR headsets has been done, it should translate easily.