2017 is the year that Virtual Reality is set to come into full force. We are likely to see many big name developers get in on the act, bringing with them numerous big name titles along with budgets and expertise that will undoubtedly enhance the VR industry.
This is the year you finally get to play some of your favourite games, such as Fallout 4 in VR. You’ve waited a long time for this and whilst the failure of Nintendo’s Virtual Boy may be haunting you, be assured that VR and gaming have come a long way.
Up until now, the secrets of VR interactivity and possibilities surrounding gameplay had barely been explored meaning the potential of the industry is huge and of course, there is always room for improvement but even more so here.
Headsets such as the Razer Open Source are set to take the market by storm and even the smaller developers are dubbed to impress, the ideal place to look for games that are more than just console ports of First Person Shooters etc.
VR will now be coupled up with new controllers such as Oculus Touch devices. This consists of two rings, one on each hand and buttons are pressed at logical places along the ring meaning you can pull a trigger or give a thumbs up.
The gaming industry really is set to be revolutionised and with this, so are its many sectors. This even includes popular online casino games including roulette.
When online casino sites where first introduced, they consisted of some pretty lackluster graphics and minimal setting but still, avid bettors lapped them up as it was a great and convenient alternative from a brick and mortar casino.
As years progressed, so did the online casino industry and long came a number of sites offering a range of games including roulette, poker, blackjack and slots to name a few. They offered a host of themes, bright colours and animations for added entertainment to enhance player experience.
The crystal clear sharpness of games like slots and roulette was much improved in the quality of games and the sounds are perfectly matched, rivaling that of the real thing. Live casino features even allow players to interact with a real dealer live from an actual casino, also allowing players to chat with fellow bettors and the dealer themselves.
Pair this with Virtual Reality and the online casino experience may just rival the real thing. Players can now immerse themselves in real life casino on the Vegas strip without even leaving their living room. Whether you wish to light up a cigar, order a martini, or look over the futuristic cityscape from the 80th floor casino lobby, you can now do so.
Games really are set to be better than ever. Fans of Skyrim may argue that there is no way of improving the hit game but the RPG is headed to the world of VR. Using VR motion batons from PlayStation, gamers can now wield swords, shields and magic whilst dueling with classic Skyrim characters, fully immersing themselves in the action. 2017 and VR gaming is all about being patient with the industry’s endless possibilities, immersion and entertainment.