Ubisoft is working on virtual reality games




Ubisoft is working on a number of games to virtual reality platforms such as the Oculus Rift. The company announced at the presentation of its quarterly results. It is not yet known for some games it goes.

Ubisoft made ​​the development of virtual reality games revealed at the presentation of its quarterly results, reports Ars Technica. The company’s CEO, Yves Guillemot, said during a meeting with analysts virtual reality gamers can immerse in a world. “We are developing a number of games that use these new capabilities,” said Guillemot.

One challenge is that players probably not too long a game can play, confirming Guillemot. Too long wearing virtual reality glasses can cause motion sickness, which is an important reason is that publishers are still reluctant to release games for virtual reality headsets. Earlier Take Two gave for that reason I would not make virtual reality games.

It is not yet known for some games it goes. The games should be released include the Oculus Rift, but also for the HTC Vive Project Morpheus and Sony. The HTC Vive later this year; follow the Oculus Rift and Morpheus Project in 2016.


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