AMD’s Corporate Vice President Roy Tyler says that the upcoming Bethesda title Fallout 4 VR will be a groundbreaking game that will change the video game industry.
Tyler was speaking at the VR World Conference when he linked the Fallout 4 VR to the Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog. He said that
“It will change the way we think about VR. It will be and industry changer. ”
Fallout 4 VU reportedly is in works currently and is due release later this year. Bethesda’s Vice President Pete Hines said earlier this year that the Fallout 4 VR will be playable at E3 conference 2017.
In addition, Tyler mentioned that wires are one of the biggest challenges that the gaming industry is facing right now. AMD is hoping to change that as they are working on it with their newly announced partner Nitero, a chip manufacturer who specializes in Wireless VR.
According to Tyler-
“They’re an inhibitor to what should be giving great freedom of movement,” said Taylor. “One of the most important things we do next is get rid of those pesky wires. I’m very pleased to tell you that AMD has come up with a solution.”
If everything goes smoothly, AMD will be able to present a wireless tech that will definitely revolutionize both the VR and gaming industry. Nitero is a big and probably the very first names who actually have started to change the gaming world.
With the help of Multi-gigabit transmission and integrated beam forming, Nitero is capable of transmitting the Stereoscopic video at Unheard of Latencies. According to info provided, Nitero is currently set to build next generation VR devices instead of this generation’s headsets.
As its stated, when the technology of that caliber is available, it will completely revolutionize the player and consumer experience.
Hopefully, we’ll be able to see a tech this advanced and reliable in the near future. Games like Fallout4 VR are no doubt something that will definitely change the way we look at games and VR. The Fallout 4 VR release dates and Nitero’s next-gen VR tech launch are still unknown. Fans are waiting for the VR version of their favorite game as well as the next-gen VR Wires free experience.