We saw virtual reality’s bright future at CES 2019

Despite being around for decades, virtual reality (VR) has had some difficulty hitting a mainstream gaming audience. Whether that’s down to expensive headsets, a limited library, or just a general lack of appeal, gamers (and developers) just weren’t invested in virtual reality as a viable platform for ‘true’ gaming experiences.

However, in recent years, the jaded perception of VR has slowly started to lift. As the technological possibilities increase for the platform, game developers have began to take the medium more seriously, creating more games specifically for VR. It’s a move which has seen the likes of the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, PlayStation VR and Oculus Go going from strength to strength and titles such as Astro Bot: Rescue Mission and Tetris Effect garnering critical praise.

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