Since gaming became a platform to create digital worlds, players and designers have ever fantasized about the ability to inhabit virtual spaces. Now, after a rather headache-inducing test run in the 1990s, it looks like the gaming world is on the precipice of viable virtual reality.
VR is becoming one of the most oft spoken terms when considering what’s next for the world of gaming and gamers should begin to see a serious presence this year. Since media and players alike have gotten hands on with new VR hardware at gaming and technology expos, the opinions have been largely positive, much of it thanks to the crowdfunding success of Oculus Rift.
With the trend set to take off, what are some of the notable options on the market? Take a look at what VR is promising and which developers to pay attention to in the coming months if you are looking to get even closer to your games.