For starters, House revealed all of the contents that will packaged with the final consumer version.
House also stated there are currently more than 230 developers creating content for the device, from small independent teams to larger developers working with the industry’s biggest publishers. He added that upwards of 50 games or more are expected to be available for the headset from October’s launch until year’s end.
Furthermore, The Playroom VR, from Sony’s first party studio Japan Studio, will be available at launch on the PlayStation Store as a free download for all PSVR owners. The Playroom VR will include six family games the publisher believes will prove why “VR can be an impactful experience when it’s shared.”
Virtual Reality is officially here to stay, it seems. This year marks the beginning of the rise of VR, tell us if you think it will continue to soar or eventually fall flat.