Back in 2000, when the new millennia started, we couldn’t imagine how things will evolve and that technology will end up having such an impact on our daily lives. Nowadays, we cannot imagine our lives without smartphone, PC, laptop or even our favorite games.
Even if we’ve come a long way from Mario to GTA 5, Red Dead Redemption 2 or Pokemon Go, the gaming industry seems to be going through a constant evolution. Year by year, new innovations appear and surprise us just when we think that we’ve seen it all.
PlayStation VR is an innovation that keeps changing the gaming industry
Nowadays, more and more people are looking for something different. Certain games remain icons of the entertainment industry and their fans are very excited every time a new version is released. Other games lose their popularity because developers don’t know how to keep their fans’ interest or the equipment that can support their features is outdated.
Meanwhile, gamers seem eager to try new things and Virtual Reality games are becoming more and more popular. We’ve all heard about Pokemon Go and so far the cute characters have earned a lot of fans. However, developers want to extend this area and they’re working on awesome devices that can support VR games.
One of the first devices that can give a new look to old-fashioned games is PlayStation VR, a next generation piece of equipment suitable for Virtual Reality games. Since 2016, a few titles tried to make their way on the VR gaming market: Crytek’s Robinson: The Journey, Eagle Flight developed by Ubisoft, Obduction, The Climb, EVE: Valkyrie and more.
We still have a lot to hear from VR games, because other astonishing releases promise to offer a complete, exciting experience in the Virtual Reality: Fallout 4, Skyrim and Borderlands 2 are popular all over the world. All these creations and more come with 3D sound, amazing graphics and other outstanding features. You really don’t want to miss any of them!
Cameron Potvin is a seasoned journalist with nearly 6 years experience. While studying journalism at the New Mexico State University, Cameron found a passion for finding engaging stories. As a contributor to News Lair, Cameron mostly covers state and national developments.