The PlayStation Gamescom 2019 conference is over, and we are left with the question of when that next opportunity for gaming will come. For some, that opportunity will be the console launch or the next generation of consoles, but we also have an opportunity to look at what the next generation may have in store for gamers and their favorite consoles.
With Sony announcing a variety of announcements at the show that have the potential to change the way we think about the gaming industry, including the introduction of the new PlayStation VR, the PlayStation Now streaming service, the PlayStation Mobile smartphone app, and the re-release of PlayStation 4 games, the next iteration of the PlayStation will have a huge influence on how gamers view the gaming industry.
With PlayStation Game Awards in the works, the next generation of the PlayStation is likely to include a number of features that would, unfortunately, disrupt some of our existing expectations. For instance, with the release of PlayStation VR, it’ll be easier than ever to immerse yourself in a virtual reality game without the need to sacrifice immersion or control. The PS VR system utilizes two cameras to track the movement of a user’s head and hands.
The PS VR system utilizes two cameras to track the movement of a users head and hands. The game-tracking technology is also a big part of the system – the PlayStation Move controller, which is also used to control the camera, can be used to control the hand and head movement. It is not clear whether the technology will be able to be used to the same degree on a different type of controller, but it will be a big part of the VR experience.
At this point it’s too early to tell what Sony’s plans are for Playstation 2020, as only a few details are known. But the fact that Sony has created the systems that will power some of the biggest games of this generation tells us that they would very much like to have the hardware powering them.
But who knows. As we’re not really sure what the future of VR looks like, we can’t rule out a future in which we’re still playing games on our laptops, which is a pretty nice thought. But for now, we’re still waiting on more details about PlayStation 2020.
If you ask me, the future of VR is all about gaming and how to do it more entertainingly. It can be just as entertaining on a PC as it is on a console. I mean, you can play a bunch of games on a PC, and still play some on a console. I am not saying that the future of gaming is going to be PC only, I am saying it will be more so.
Well, I agree with this because the last time I tried to play games on a console, I ended up with a bunch of tears after a couple of hours of gaming. I was pretty sure the games I was playing were bad. Now that I have VR, I can actually see why more people might enjoy the PC version of a game. But I just don’t think we’ll see any VR games come to the big screen anytime soon.
VR gaming is a huge part of the industry in the current day and age. A lot of people in the industry see VR as a huge opportunity to reinvent gaming. It is a medium that has never been done before in this industry. It has never been tried before. So from the perspective of the games industry, it is a very exciting time to see this medium explode.
The problem is that it has also never been done before in the current age. It is a medium that has never been done before in this industry. It has never been tried before. So from the perspective of the games industry, it is a very exciting time to see this medium explode.