Almost as good as reality (not really).
Virtual reality might still be at the fringes of the industry as far as widespread popularity is concerned, but there’s no doubting its potential. Multiple games in the last few years have showed us that VR – if handled correctly – can be absolutely incredible. The key selling point is immersion, of course, and one of the most important factors contributing to that is how a game looks. And in that area, there have been several VR games that have exceeded expectations. In this feature, we’ll be taking a look at a few such games.
BLOOD AND TRUTH
SIE London Studio’s Blood and Truth was an unexpected surprise earlier this years. Promising and delivering on the allure of high-octane action and a story you could actually invest in, it was a better game than most expected. Another area where it impressed quite a bit was the visuals, with crisp technical work across the board, excellent animations, and truly impressive facial and performance capture.