War. War never changes.
That’s the famous epigraph that player’s donning their VR headsets and entering into the nuke-blasted world of Fallout 4 VR will see later on this year, and while that saying concerns itself with conventional warfare, it also holds true of marketplace warfare as well.
At least, that’s what I hope after seeing at IFA 2017 a range of new virtual reality headsets that look set to join the fray, challenging the dominance of the PC VR market by the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and fighting for our hard earned cash.
What I would love to see is this flood of new pretenders to the VR throne help drive competition, encourag…
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