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Half Life Alyx no VR mod?

I was wondering if there was a mod for Half Life Alyx that would allow me to play the game with a standard keyboard and mouse or/and controller. I know that it takes away from the experience and what not but frankly enough I'm not at a point where I can afford to spend 200-300$ on an entry level VR headset.

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It would be more entertaining to watch a let's play channel than to play with mouse and keyboard to be honest.

 

Fairly certain there is no way to use keyboard and mouse, game's too new and too complex.

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Gonna have to agree with @Fasauceome. It's really tailored for VR, so if you just want the story it's probably better to watch it.

24 minutes ago, elpiop said:

Reading the "Walkthrough difficulties" setting already makes me frustrated by the amount and combination of buttons for those parts :( It may be worth a try if you really want to actually play it.

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