Virtual reality has been in a perpetual state of being promising for years and years now. The hardware is good, but imagine how good it might be in a year, we say every year. This game is a great showcase of potential, but imagine what we’ll see in a year.
It may be an undesirable state for the young medium, but in a lot of ways it mirrors how we felt about PC gaming back in the 90s. Each new game was exciting in itself, but also exciting for what it predicted. When we played Doom, we were imagining Quake. And when we played Quake, we were imagining, well, Quake 3, probably. And so while there are lots of good VR games out there now, we can’t help but imagine what the VR games of tomorrow will be like. Here are a few of the games we’re looking forward to most.
Release date: 2017 | Works with: Oculus Touch | Website: 4a-games.com.mt
Cover shooters are a common use of VR so far, but Arktika.1 is especially exciting because it comes from Metro developers 4A. The studio’s…