The gaming experiences of tech enthusiasts have always been getting better and better. As the “reality” of the first Virtual Reality equipment sinks in, questions remain as to whether virtual reality is the future as a gaming system. The relationship between the primary virtual reality gaming industry and the high-end VR devices is mutual. Both depend on the effectiveness of the other.
Virtual reality game developers need developers to create more and more quality games for increased VR popularity, funding, and credibility. If virtual reality developers do not convince game developers that the new gaming system will grow in popularity, they will be susceptible to the same challenges that the initial game developers faced. They will have an appealing gaming system, but a very small number of interesting games to convince the public that it is truly worth its hefty price tag.