RFVR – Official FAQ

We felt it was time to create a FAQ.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does RFVR stand for?

RFVR stands for “Random Fighter Virtual Reality”. RFVR is the 4th in a series of games – the first of which spans back to 1996. Random Fighter originally began as a TI-83 Calculator game written in Basic, and has since undergone many transformative iterations.

I am having performance issues, what should I do?

There are a few things we generally recommend if you are having performance issues. First, make sure your PC meets at least the minimum specifications listed on our store page. Ensure all your GPU drivers are up to date. Ensure your steam software and VR hardware drivers are up to date. Another option we can recommend is installing the FSR mod for steam VR games, here’s a great tutorial on how to do it.

Lastly, we recommend loading up the ‘Arena’ level using the multiplayer menu in the starting area. The Arena level is a smaller sandbox level that has far less intense PC requirements, if the game runs smoothly in the arena but not in the main level, the performance issue is most likely related to PC hardware and the demanding requirements of the main level.

Do you have a roadmap?

We have an roadmap on our discord that is frequently being updated, all are welcome to join to have a look, provide feedback, suggestions, and bug reports.

What to do if you are ‘stuck’ somewhere inside or outside of the map bounds

If you are stuck in a spot and have tried moving/jumping/climbing/flying out with no success, another option is to switch the movement mode to ‘teleport’. This can be done by pressing the ‘TAB’ key on the keyboard, or bringing up the in game “settings” menu and selecting teleport mode to ‘on’. If you are still stuck and unable to move, please submit a bug report with as much detail as possible.

Is RFVR an MMO or a Single Player game?

RFVR is a single player focused game with several multiplayer game modes. The multiplayer games are hosted by the players themselves and there is no dedicated server so it is not a true MMO. You can however play inside the massive open world with other players by hosting a game that others can join, currently the group must stay within a certain range from the host (about a mile +/-)and if they wander too far off they will be teleported back to the host player.

I lost an item through the ground, what should I do?

RFVR has a lost and found system, when items fall through the floor they end up in the ‘lost and found’ which is located in the starting area. You can return to the starting area at any time by visiting a portal in one of the towns and selecting “Great Hall”.

Is RFVR Quest/Quest2 or Quest3 native?

Currently RFVR is PCVR only and can not run in standalone on the Quest, Quest2, or Quest3. We are however planning on developing a quest native ‘version’ of RFVR that takes place in a different location but covering most of the same mechanics.

How big is the open world?

The world is 400 Square Kilometers.

What is the level cap?

There is no level cap.

How many players can be in a multiplayer game?

The simple answer is that there is no limit to how many people can join a multiplayer game. The limit is going to depend primarily on the hosts network connection, we’ve tested with 5 players at once.

What should I do if a weapon or item gets stuck in a wall?

If the stuck item does not resolve itself within a few seconds, we recommend trying to place the item into an open slot in your magic sack. Even if the hand and item is not visible, the item can still be placed into the storage by releasing the grip while your controller overlaps the empty slot.

A weapon or item bugged out and no longer works

Place any misbehaving weapons or items into your magic sack or long term storage and then retrieve the item to effectively ‘reset’ the item.

Jan Bonkoski
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Jan Bakowski aka Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. His love of gaming began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo 64) back in 1998. He’s been making game guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job. In his free time, he plays on Steam Deck.

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