Virtual reality is all based on the realistic and captivating 3D world. VR can increase business income and can enhance the user experience. The video gaming industry had the chance to showcase its first virtual reality device called the virtual boy. It was supposed to be very promising but failed to meet the expectations of players as it lacked realistic graphics, variety of colors and head tracking. Being a Nintendo product, it was supposed to sell many devices but failed to do so, convincing other companies not to make their own VR devices.
HOW WILL THE VIRTUAL REALITY CHANGE THE GAME DESIGNS?
Just the way, video games made a jump from 2D to 3D graphics, developers are getting ready to face the new challenges that a fun virtual reality would bring. Being skilled in the screen-based game industry isn’t the best qualification to take a look at this new technology. For now, most game developers, mainly those bringing games like Bioshock to VR, are building stage on screen games too.
When we ponder about VR games, we assume completely new experiences developed by keeping in view the concept of being inside the digital world. While various names are from scratch, it doesn’t mean that game developers are not trying to put VR into “traditional” games. After all, if a game’s world is already on a flat screen, it will be even beyond with a VR headset.
One way by which virtual reality can have a chief impact on game designs is if it provides some uniqueness such as an experience that can be enjoyable by a VR headset. Designers needs to come up with some fun, inventive gaming styles. VR can only provide a better genre of what we are already playing on other rostrums. There are also some errors VR game developers will have to give a talk to, such as many players get headaches after VR experiences that lasts up to 20 minutes. That’s a big challenge, mainly for gamers, that are willing to play for long periods of time.