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Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell could be coming to Oculus VR

Splinter Cell VR
A new report claims Ubisoft and Facebook have signed an agreement to bring both Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell to the Oculus. Tech news site The Information recently posted an article, claiming that Facebook is looking to expand its reach into the video game market. One result of this effort is more AAA titles...

A giant skeleton and a little girl work together in Carly and the Reaperman

Carly and the Reaperman
Carly and the Reaperman aspires to be more than your average VR game. It is a two-player game in which one player uses a standard controller to play as Carly, an innocent little girl stuck in the underworld, while the other player wears a VR headset to take the rule of the Reaperman - death itself. To beat the game,...

World of Tanks VR and World of Tanks AR Spectate take warfare to a whole new reality

World of Tanks VR
World of Tanks AR Spectate During Gamescom 2018, Wargaming presented a prototype system which they call World of Tanks AR Spectate or WoT-AR for short. The system takes a scripted scenario of a battle that happened in World of Tanks that displays in on any flat surface in your house, like the kitchen table, through an ordinary tablet. WoT-AR can run the simulation using...

Transference Gamescom 2018 demo messes with your brain in all sorts of ways

Transference
Do Elijah Wood and Ubisoft want to mess with your brain? Transference, a new VR horror game about VR says they would very much like to. The fruit of Ubisoft's partnership with the former hobbit had a demo at Gamescom 2018, so we decided to delve into this psychological horror title and see if we can learn anything more about it....

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown casts you as an expandable pilot out to redeem himself

Ace Combat 7
It's been many years since the last proper installment in the Ace Combat franchise. While it's true that two Ace Combat games did come out in recent years, namely Assault Horizon and Infinity, they had little to nothing to do with the main storyline of the series. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown promises to change that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfRByopXiAI Taking place after the event of...

Batman Arkham VR is heading to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

Batman Arkham VR PC
Batman Arkham VR, the VR spin-off released last year on the PlayStation VR, is coming to PC later this month, and will be available on both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Arkham VR will support Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the Steam Controllers on both headsets, as well as the Vive controller and Oculus Touch. We learned that Batman Akrham VR isn't a...

HTC Vive goes wireless thanks to an add-on by TPCAST

HTC has announced a new tether-less VR upgrade kit for the HTC Vive, made by TPCAST. This new add-on will allow users to roam freely around their game-space, without the fear of tripping over cables. The current version of device will come with a small battery that will last for an hour and a half of gameplay. A bigger battery will...

HTC launches Viveland VR Arcade in Taiwan

HTC, Syntrend, and the tech developers at SteelSeries and AMD have partnered together to open a new VR Arcade. The arcade is called HTC Viveland, and is located in Taipei, the capitol of Taiwan. The new arcade currently supports over 20 different experiences in a 330 square meter facility that mixes traditional virtual reality with the newer methods of mixed or...

Zotac’s VR back pack frees you from the shackles of cable management

Tech developer Zotac revealed the VR GO - a new backpack PC that will free the virtual world of the Cables that tether it to reality. One of the most obvious detractors from an otherwise immersive VR experience, no matter which platform you use, has always been the cables. Between running power and the HDMI video input, players are limited to a...

Microsoft announces its own VR headset for $299

Microsoft has partnered with lead hardware makers to produce an affordable line of virtual reality headsets. The headsets will be produced by HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Acer, and will start at $299. Microsoft's VR technology will be the "first and only with inside-out, six-degrees of freedom." To clarify, this means the headsets will come with internal sensors that remove the need...

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