With all the major press conferences completed, we now have a complete list of all the new games that were announced at E3 2016, and here they are with trailers/gameplay.
Audioshield, the follow-up to the acclaimed Audiosurf series, will use virtual reality to create an entire different way you ‘see’ music.
Oculus also revealed its own unique input device – Oculus Touch, and announced it is investing $10 million to aid in the development of indie VR games.
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While The Division has been delayed, Rainbow Six: Siege is on course for release this year, with an unannounced game scheduled for release in early 2016. We should know more at E3.
The consumer model of the Oculus Rift will feature an improved tracking system that works with both seated and standing experiences.
Sony claims the device is capable of outputting virtual reality content at 120 fps, adding that the PS4 is also designed to natively run games at that framerate.
We tried out the latest version (DK2) of the Oculus Rift at a recent AMD event with demos of Crysis 3 and Alien: Isolation, and came away impressed with the VR tech.
1080p resolution with 90-degree field of view. Will work with Dualshock 4 and Playstation Move.
Sony also reportedly planning to show off virtual reality games at E3 in June.