HTC Vive


The Breakdown

The HTC Vive is the best virtual reality experience on the market today, if you can afford it. Exceptional freedom of movement, intuitive controls, fantastic displays, VR just feels natural. If you're looking for a VR headset for racing games, you can't go wrong with the HTC Vive. It has the best VR racing simulators including: iRacing, LFS (Live for speed), Project Cars, Assetto Corsa (no native support), DiRT Rally (no native support)
VR Racing Games 9.5
Visuals 9.8
Comfort 7.5
Hardware requirements 7.0
Price 6.0
Pros
Best VR experience you can get at the moment, high-res displays, fantastic visuals, 6DoF controllers, room-scale tracking, best head tracking, best comfort, great interface, incredible freedom of movement, good selection of games. Blocks out light. Brighter screen than the Rift. Steam VR more sophisticated than Oculus Home: steam refunds, faster development.
Cons
Expensive, bulky, needs a powerful PC to run, lots of cable, uncomfortable after long periods, no built-in headphones

The HTC Vive headset is by far the best device for 360-degree, room-scale virtual reality. When it comes to quality VR racing, it’s probably on par with the Oculus Rift. The Vive was built from the ground-up for free-roaming, face-any-direction-you-like style of play. Its best games reflect that, but for racing games might want to go for the slightly less expensive Oculus Rift.