When the Xbox One and PS4 were being announced, Virtual Reality was being pushed along with it. HARD. It was the next big thing as far as hardware innovation. I remember the long segments of footage and live gameplay they were displaying. No doubt, it was intriguing to say the least.
As of 3 March 2019, PlayStation VR has sold-through more than 4.2 million units. Compared to the PS4, that has sold 91.6 million units.That means that less than 10% of PS4 owners bought VR sets.
What does this mean?
PSVR didn’t stick like it was suppose to. Why are we as gamers much less interested in VR than traditional standard gaming?
Is it due to lazy gamers? Lack of interesting VR games? Expensive hardware?
I literally think it’s all of the above. I didn’t buy the VR due to ALL of these reasons. Even if I had the money I wouldn’t have made the investment due to lack of games that intrested me.
Sony will inevitably keep pushing VR, will you involve yourself ith the next gen VR hardware?
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