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2020 is a Crucial Year for Virtual Reality Gaming

The future of virtual reality gaming still hangs in the balance. 2020 Will not be different in this regard, although significant progress needs to be made sooner rather than later. Virtual Reality Gaming in 2020 Despite being launched several years ago, VR gaming has not attained any level of mainstream traction. It remains a niche […]

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VR Support Turns Breath of the Wild Into a Much Worse Game

Many people have high expectations for VR gaming. When Nintendo confirmed its major franchises would get VR support, the excitement was almost tangible. Unfortunately, it seems playing Breath of the Wild in VR is anything but pleasant. There are still plenty of kinks to work out. Breath of the Wild in VR Isn’t up to […]

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E3 2019 Gets its Very own VR Showcase Event on YouTube

A lot of eyes are on the upcoming E3 gaming conference. Especially for those interested in virtual reality, things could prove to get rather interesting. While PlayStation VR will not be represented – Sony is not showcasing at E3 this year – it seems UploadVR has some big plans for this industry moving forward. UploadVR […]

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No Man’s Sky VR is Free and not a Port of the Existing Game

Most people will readily agree virtual reality is a medium designed primarily for video games. Without games across multiple platforms, the consumer interest in VR would be even more lackluster than it is today. No Man’s Sky, a game which has finally entered a playable state a few months ago, will now receive a VR […]

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Nearly 1% of Steam Users Own a VR Headset

Even though it would appear there isn’t much growth in the VR industry, some statistics seem to state otherwise. The number of VR gamers on Steam has nearly doubled throughout 2018. Virtual reality gaming still remains a rather niche market, but this overall improvement is too big to ignore. VR Gains Traction on Steam In […]

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Virtuix and Funovation are Building Arena Units for VR eSports

It would appear gaming remains the primary focus for virtual reality efforts. That is not abnormal, as it is the only aspect of VR which is effectively gaining some traction. Virtuix and Funovation are in the process of launching an arena for VR eSports. That arena may help boost overall VR adoption around the globe. […]

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VR Game Chainbreakers Relies on Ethereum Technology

It seems virtual reality and blockchain technology are not mutually exclusive industries. Gamebreakers, an upcoming VR game, is currently being developed on top of Decentraland, a project using Ethereum technology. This is a very interesting way of making VR potentially more appealing to the masses. A VR Game on Blockchain Technology To put this story […]

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Popular VR Game ‘Moss’ is Now Compatible With Windows Mixed Reality Headsets

‘Moss’, an exploratory open-world VR game, that was released earlier this year for PSVR as well as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive (last month), is now set to receive a new update that will allow individuals with Windows Mixed Reality (WMR) headsets to play the game. In a statement released by PolyArc, the game’s […]

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Thrustmaster Hints at Upcoming Hardware for VR Sim Gamers

Making the VR gaming experience more immersive will remain a pressing issue for some time to come. Thankfully, it seems various manufacturers aim to make positive changes happen. Thrustmaster, for example, wants to introduce a new headset and controller system. Those products are aimed at professional pilots and drivers first and foremost. Thrustmaster Enters the […]

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Location-based VR is Taking off in the United States

Implementing virtual reality in a commercial manner can be achieved in many different ways. Location-based VR is slowly gaining traction. Especially in the United States, there appears to be a growing demand for such experiences. Especially in the state of California, an interesting trend is taking shape. Location-based VR is Growing To most people, location-based […]