2016 might not have been the year of virtual reality everybody had previously predicted, but it set the stall for future innovations. And unlike failed attempts in the past, this time it does seem that VR is here to stay.
One of the best headsets available is the HTC Vive, the incredibly immersive, fully-tracked device co-developed by Valve and HTC. The only issue is, at around £750/$1125, it’s a heck of an investment – one that’s probably out of the reach of many. And even if you do own one in a household, it’s highly unlikely you’ll own two. Local multiplayer games, therefore, are a no-no.
Or, at least, they used to be.
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