If any video developer wants to keep up with the changes in their industry, they are going to need to get to grips with Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). These two developments are trailblazing the industry and enhancing the gaming experience for both those wanting to shoot zombies and those wanting to try their luck spinning reels on gambling sites.
So, how are AR and VR reshaping gaming experiences? Read on to uncover more…
Lifelike Casino Experiences
VR may completely transform the way an online gambler enjoys his gaming sessions. Instead of facing a screen with limited social interaction, VR could make gambling just like it is under the bright lights of Vegas.
You could chat to other gamblers, buy each other drinks and get this – you could even work for the casino! Head around the other side of the bar or table and start earning money and receiving tips from fellow gamblers.
Once the technology to do this has been perfected, there is no doubt that all the leading operators in the industry like PartyCasino, will be incorporating this into their service as a matter of course.
Improved Arena Experiences
The birth of gaming arenas with thousands watching on like it was the Super Bowl has only just begun. Yet, these experiences could be getting a makeover already with AR. Instead of sitting in your seat watching the action unfold on an array of screens within the stadium, there is a possibility that AR could allow you to watch as though you were seeing onto the battlefield like some Roman Colosseum. How cool is that?
No TV Needed
Dialing it down a notch but still awesome, gaming could easily no longer require a TV or computer screen to play your favorite games. Instead, with a VR headset, you could dive into the gaming world and play out your quests immersed into this fabricated and life-like reality. If you ever wanted to feel the thrills of your gaming characters, that may just be possible with VR.
Customer Service and Help
If you are new to a game or even a slot machine at an online casino, you may need help, guidance or some form of customer service. The current forms of help and service can be questionable and slow, but they wouldn’t have to be with VR. You could step inside the office of the local casino manager and have a chat with someone who works there for help. Or when on games, you may be able to chat ‘face-to-face’ with one of the game developer’s employees for help.
It’s Only Getting Better
Gaming has never been as popular, as social and as exciting, but the best news of all is that it’s only going to get better with AR and VR! Some of the developments may take time, but they are certainly worth waiting for!