‘Gran Turismo 7’ and ‘Resident Evil Village’ are gloriously immersive on PS VR2

There is no visible ray tracing while playing in VR, but you still see that realistic lighting during replays, which are projected onto a 2D PS VR2 simulation screen. You can also get a closer look at the cars in your garage, which use ray tracing to render painless perfect reflections and shadows. It’s the closest you’ll get without stepping into a luxury car dealership.

when it comes to b Resident Evil VillageI was expecting Capcom to offer a worthwhile VR experience after seeing what they did RE7, one of the best games on the original PS VR. Well, the company did not disappoint. With the increased horsepower of PlayStation 5 and the higher resolution of PS VR2, Resident Evil Village Turns into a living nightmare in virtual reality. For people already fickle of survival horror games, there must be a warning: play at your own risk.

exactly like Gran Turismo 7, Virtual reality allows you to appreciate the work that has been done Resident Evil Village in entirely new ways. Walking through the game’s spooky Eastern European village is even cooler when it fills your field of vision. You can always look away from the 2D screen, in virtual reality you are forced to face the horrors in front of you. (Sometimes, closing your eyes isn’t enough, not when you hear wolf-like creatures slithering around the hut you’re hiding in.)

Since it is a first-person game, Resident Evil Village He acquits himself well to virtual reality. Exploration is smooth and not nauseating, thankfully. Fighting against the various villains in the game becomes more interesting when you aim realistically at the guns and other weapons. And yes, Ms. Dimitrescu, the tall vampire who launched a thousand memes on the Internet, indeed is very tall and imposing in virtual reality.

I didn’t have time to play through it all Resident Evil Village In VR, but the first few hours I spent in the game made a stunning impression. Perhaps the future of virtual reality will depend more on games like these, which can be enjoyed as traditional 2D titles and immersive headsets. We looked at Half life Alex To prove that groundbreaking VR games were possible. But what if we only needed to consider bringing VR into more groundbreaking games?

The more time I spent with the PS VR2, the more frustrated I became with the state of the virtual reality industry. Everything I said in my review remains true: VR feels sluggish, and another expensive headset just won’t fix that. Maybe it’s okay if VR games don’t really go mainstream, just like not everyone plays racing games with steering wheels, or people can enjoy fighting games without expensive arcade sticks. Perhaps VR could be just another accessory – albeit one that requires a significant amount of development resources to support it.

Gran Turismo 7 And Resident Evil Village Both prove that PlayStation VR2 is a gateway to truly immersive virtual reality gaming. But a part of me still dreams of being compatible with computers. While it’s understandable why Sony would want to shut down its devices, it’s a bit like forcing a lion to live in a mini zoo. The PS VR2 can’t really roar until it enters the wild world of PC, which offers more experimental games and much faster graphics hardware than the PS5. If Sony ever wants to return to its innovative roots, it needs to take more chances.

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