Will Virtual Reality accompany us in the coming years? According to Harold Vancol, creative director at Grab Games, the so-called sweet spot will soon be reached. He also believes that PlayStation VR and the PS5 sold separately, but essentially should be considered together.
The big breakthrough Virtual Reality has still not reached. But many companies continue to work on creating content. And according to Harold Vancol, Creative Director at Grab Games, the genre is slowly approaching the so-called “sweet spot”. This is a point where virtual reality could become lucrative for the companies involved.
“A lot of VR experiences are fundamentally different from what we all usually play, and that’s really exciting,” Vancol says. “As the number of content continues to increase and the price of hardware is falling, we are approaching a good point and I think the first generation of VR will soon reach this sweet spot.”
In fact, the virtual reality glasses are getting cheaper and more companies are already working on the second generation of hardware with a better resolution. Oculus also wants to launch a model aimed at newcomers this year. Oculus Go, the name says, is only $ 199 and does not require any additional hardware. Due to the manageable performance, of course, no high-end games are supported. But for video experiences and smaller games Oculus Go should be enough.
PlayStation VR also in the PS5 generation?
PlayStation VR has arrived on a hardware base of more than two million, and more games and experiences appear every week. According to Grab Games, Virtual Reality will remain with us for the next generation.
“Buying a new console is a big deal for a lot of people, and buying the headset that I believe people will want to see in the future of PlayStation can be compared to that if those purchases are independent each part of its own time to shine, but PlayStation 5 and PSVR should be considered together, “concludes.