Star Trek Bridge Crew VR, Watch Dogs 2, For Honor, Tom Clancy’s Recon Wildlands and, of course, Assassin’s Creed, but this time the movie, not another chapter of the video games franchisee. Ubisoft conference at Los Angeles’ ’E3, the most important video games fair in the world, ended a few hors ago and it has already left its mark.
Star Trek in the living room
As regard the virtual reality, Star Trek Bridge Crew VR enables a four players team to come aboard of USS Aegis starship (a vessel about 90 percent similar to the USS Enterprise) exploring space in the role of captain, tactical, helm and engineering. Your goal is to find new home for the population of Vulcan, scanning objects, working in team and deciding together when and as to explore or to fight.
Star Trek Bridge Crew VR is expected to launch in the fall of 2016 for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive VR and PlayStation VR, but considering that for now the first two only are already available and to be used they must be connected to pc and devices for a least investment of a thousand of dollars, many are sceptical about Start Trek Bridge Crew VR will ever become a mass market success, since it will be already difficult that in a room there is two players with 3D viewers, not to mention four players.
Eagles in VR besides Star Trek Bridge Crew
Waiting for Sony‘s PlayStation VR’s arrival, video games enthusiasts gamers remain tepid on the proposals for virtual reality. “We are just at the beginnings, let’s see when really exciting video games will be launched” is a kind of comment echoed several times afterUbisoft conference. To be true Ubisoft presented two virtual reality games, the second being Eagle Flight, where you imagine that 50 years after humans vanished from the face of the Earth nature reclaimed cities like Paris.
Used to “shooter”, “beat ’em up” and fantasy role games, will videogames enthusiasts find charming enough such a different proposal to buy new VR consoles and devices needed for to play Eagle Flight?
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