Valve moves to the next stage of its VR-of that offensive. The company announced that together with South Korea’s LG later this week will present to the world a new virtual reality goggles.
Just over two weeks ago, we reported to you that Valve is currently working on three games VR. As it turns out, on the offensive’s Gabe Newell on the fledgling plot still has not ended. Later this week, Valve will present for the new VR headset, developed in collaboration with the South Korean LG.
Valve ruled and divided into pecetowym market. Expectations for LIVE headset VR signed between the company logo are therefore considerable. – Valve will present this week a new VR headset.Valve ruled and divided into PC market. Expectations for LIVE headset VR signed between the company logo are therefore considerable.
Unfortunately, at this moment we do not know how that would look enigmatic equipment. In an official statement released by Valve you can be seen that the device will offer “a new generation of VR experience.” In addition to the LG logo will appear on the distinctive symbol of Gabe Newell – confidently be expected that the equipment will be integrated with the platform Steam, as well as SteamVR Desktop Theater Mode announced almost a year ago. The application allows you to play with not created titles designed for virtual reality goggles to cooperating with her devices (such as for example the HTC Vive), inviting players to the virtual room with a big screen TV.
The prototype device is to be presented to a wider audience at this year’s Game Developers Conference held in San Francisco on February 27 – March 3 this year. Not what we expect to disclose the release date and price – any, have since come to light “at a later date.” Companies measure the height, so enthusiasts a new branch of virtual entertainment there is nothing else but to wait for official information.
HTC Vive is not the only headset in which Gabe Newell looked favorably. – Valve will present this week a new VR headset HTC Vive is not the only headset in which Gabe Newell looked favorably.
It is worth mentioning that Valve is not the first company that works with other corporations on virtual reality goggles. Suffice it to say that some time ago, Microsoft revealed a signed its logo device, which are formed in factories, Dell and Asus.