The Facebook connect event has ended, which for this year has been completely dedicated to what will be the future of interconnection not only between everyday tools, but above all also between us. An event that is certainly not focused on gaming but which, according to the words of Marck Zuckerberg, will be more and more essential to be able to introduce people within their vision of the future. Meta, this is the new name chosen for the company that will guide everyone towards new augmented reality and integration experiences. So what does GTA San Andreas have to do with all this? Great question, but the answer is pretty simple.
As we have said a little above, gaming is increasingly present in everyone’s lives. Just think of how pervasive mobile gaming is, which is now within everyone’s reach. All this only through one tool. Consequently, the focus of companies is increasingly focused on creating new experiences for players, but not only. In fact, during a short reel of titles in development for virtual reality, as if nothing had happened, they let themselves “escape” even that it will soon arrive a version of GTA San Andreas completely dedicated to VR. Obviously now the questions you are asking yourself are many, and on the one hand we also agree with you.
Why choose this chapter? Perhaps because it remains one of the most iconic and also one of those that has brought millions of gamers into the open world tunnel. To be honest we still don’t know the reasons, and most likely before seeing the stock in action will take a very long time. But a question naturally arises, how are we going to interact with the caricatured world of GTA San Andreas? How do you imagine a virtual reality version could be?
Obviously it will be up to time and above all to the work of the development team to try to give answers clear and comprehensive on the issue and the work done on the title. Having said that we just have to say goodbye and maybe you remembered that many free games have come out to redeem on your PC!
Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.
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