With Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus in the works for 2016, this isn't overly surprising.
We're only a few weeks away from E3 2015 and everyone is wondering what we might see. GameStop COO Tony Bartel says he expects "a lot of gameplay" and some "fantastic innovation."
But he also added that, based on what he has heard from "key players" in the industry, virtual reality will take center-stage at E3:
"I think the other thing that's going to take a lot of space and time at E3 is virtual reality. I think that's going to be something that a lot of people spend a lot of time on."
Perhaps Sony will show off the first games that will support Project Morpheus. It's bound to be a major release for 2016, even if I have little to no interest. Do you think the future of gaming is VR? Or is this just another gimmick like 3D or motion-sensing?
Well, in point of fact, it's an enhancement of both 3D and motion-sensing, right?