VR: Redesigning the Future of Gaming!
Media Entertainment Tech Outlook | Friday, July 12, 2019
Offering fully immersive and modernized gaming experiences, Virtual Reality (VR) is making strides in the era of gaming and entertainment.
FREMONT, CA: According to a report, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (AR) market will dramatically expand from just over $9 billion in future. VR is no longer merely a niche; VR applications are evolving at a dramatic pace, and are penetrating in many industry sectors. VR is revolutionizing the way things are done from automotive to healthcare industry as expectations remain high for the future. It offers an immersive experience to the gamers. The saturation and functionality of VR have increased by leaps and bounds in recent years.
Big brands are making their move into the VR market. Customers are still hesitant towards making the purchases for several reasons, and equipment pricing could be the primary factor. Some companies have seen early success with their cheaper PSVR system, where other companies are following the suit to make their headsets more affordable and accessible. With more and more headsets entering the market, a price war is likely to ensue as companies will undercut one another to improve sales. Marketers now know that consumers are interested in ease of use and portability. Standalone headsets will allow consumers to put the headset on and use without any installation or other complication.
The target demographic for video games continues to change and evolve, but gamers are looking for the best game experience possible. As VR makes its push into the gaming world, gamers are looking to experience the new type of play, and many want to do it at an affordable price. VR arcades are becoming more prevalent among the gaming society. They are enabling players to fully endure VR gaming without having to buy a headset of their own. There are still a considerable amount of difficulties that VR gaming developers need to overcome, but as popularity and demand grow, innovation will follow. The video game industry has been changing for years and would continue to.
Check Out : Most Promising Virtual Reality Startups