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Wave is pivoting away from virtual reality concerts

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VR Controller Support for Microsoft Flight Simulator is “being worked on”

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Panasonic unveils new specs for its slim VR glasses

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New update for cyberpunk VR experience “Low Fi”

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Sequel to VR boxing hit Thrill of the Fight will include multiplayer

One of the best VR boxing titles, Thrill of the Fight, will be getting a sequel. The game was created by a small indie developed, Ian Fitz, and he recently announced that plans and early development were underway for the sequel.…

VR games to look forward to in 2021

So, you got a brand-new VR headset for Christmas and you’ve already downloaded all the top games from Steam, or the Oculus Store. You’re ready to spend your weekends in Boneworks and your evenings in Vacation Simulator but what’s next? What games should you be looking at in 2021?…