Welcome to the Week That Was on TheVirtualReport.biz, where we bring you the highlights, biggest news and hottest topics from the world of VR, AR and MR business in the last seven days.
The 2017 PlayStation conference at E3 gave our first look at a selection of third-party PS VR titles, including platformers, shooters, horror, a mouse brandishing a sword and... fishing.
Massive – and massively popular – RPG gets a VR reincarnation this November.
Intel gets a headstart on its sponsored PC event with a showcase including VR eSports and music ‘destinations’. [Update: $1m Grand Slam Bonus]
Hit comic book and TV series coming to VR with a multi-year series of original games.
UK TV channel takes to the skies for a relaxing and colourful VR experience.
Sony pumps up the feels and shows you the mechanics at work as the real driving simulator revs up for its new autumn release window.
Co-op brawler with a unique VR perspective on Rift, Vive and PS VR.
PS VR flight combat game takes to the skies in fantastic new footage.
Footage of smash hit zombie shooter PS VR gameplay using PlayStation Aim.
Japanese RTS gets a Western release for PS VR.
ROM: Extraction escapes its PC origins and heads to console later this year.
Brit devs demo procedurally generated VR game with a social twist. How much do your friends like you?
New gameplay footage released at E3, showing the first VR title from Skydance Interactive, Archangel.
Multiplayer jetpack combat in micro-gravity for Rift and Vive with Space Junkies.
Ubisoft and Spectrevision team up to produce a dark thriller for VR.
Futuristic sport is on the way to PlayStation this autumn, courtesy of the company behind Eve Valkyrie.
Sony’s PS VR Aim FPS gets new co-op maps, challenges, character skin and trophies - all free.
Survios will release their game simultaneously on Vive, Rift and PS VR; adds PVP, a new hero and location.
The long-awaited Fallout 4 VR game gets a release month, while Doom VFR is revealed as a full standalone title.
Dominic Mallinson reveals the work involved in bringing the PS VR to market, as well as future innovations such as display focus, gaze tracking, talking to games and brainwave interfaces.
Now rolled into the massive London Tech Week, here are our show highlights, including the future of AR, telcos’ role in its adoption, and location mapping.
Microsoft’s E3 presentation fails to include WMR for Xbox One; are they walking back their console VR ambitions?
Christina Barleben, CEO and Creative Director at Thoughtfish GmbH is one of 50 world-class speakers appearing at VR Connects San Francisco.
Steel Media is expanding its events team for our ever-growing series and we’re looking for a conference content producer.
One-letter change, but it's virtual business as usual as we welcome realities of every flavour - VR, AR and MR - to our global industry events.
See you in seven days...