The guys from Iris Productions have just announced on their Kickstarter page that the first beta of their Cyberpunk adventure Technolust is ready and is compatible with the DK2 including support for absolute positioning. They also confirm compatibility with the PrioVR motion sensor, in addition to the previously announced STEM compatibility.
The links to download the beta will be available to backers of the appropriate levels (those who paid at least $30 during the campaign) by the time the first DK2S begin to be received, around July 14 according to Oculus. The support for the DK2 is complete, including the absolute positioning that they qualify as amazing, but they also say that those who have not yet received their DK2 do not have to worry, because it will continue to work properly on the DK1. The game runs silky smooth at 75 fps on a decent gamer PC and they have noticeably improved the graphics as well as added new areas to explore.
About the PrioVR support, they are enthusiastic about the result and about the operation of the device. Hundreds of people were able to try it out at the AMD event in June (Radeon ExtravaLANce) and were excited. Here we can see a video of a preliminary version of the control with PrioVR.
Those who are interested in getting hold of the game can pre-purchase it from here, for $ 25 the normal version and for $ 30 the version with access to the beta.