Capcom Says It Will Focus More On VR Content Development In The Future

Capcom is one of the main important video game distributers to make a plunge into virtual reality (VR). They did this with the as of late discharged Resident Evil 7 biohazard. The game was completely playable on the PSVR head-mounted device (HMD). The disclosure that a considerable measure of players had played in VR, regardless of the trouble in procuring the HMD at present, appears to have imparted confidence in the new medium. Also, now Capcom has pronounced their aims to put resources into more VR substance.

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Capcom will center a ton around VR later on

The news was uncovered as a component of a public statement that likewise uncovered the organization’s money related outcomes for the nine-month time frame finishing December 2016. Capcom tended to the accomplishment of huge titles, for example, Dead Rising 4 and, obviously, Resident Evil 7 biohazard. They were additionally expressing that spin off titles, for example, Monster Hunter Stories got a “delicate” response by correlation.

This data is accessible openly. In any case, Capcom has likewise expressed a goal to concentrate more on VR content with the objective of doing good in another market. Fundamentally, this means using its own VR engine further. Besides, the organization has experienced some shuffling to oblige the move. As indicated by VG24/7, the organization is sure about the move on account of the “progressive arrivals of VR gadgets that are profoundly good with games.”

What is coming to VR next from Capcom stays to be seen. In any case, Resident Evil 7 biohazard’s VR content stays exclusive to the PSVR until January 2018. So wagers are on that we’ll see something new at the current year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Los Angeles, in June.

Source: VG 247

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