Virtual Reality is a computer-generated environment with realistic-looking sights and objects that gives the spectator the sensation of being completely immersed in their surroundings. This environment is viewed through the use of a virtual reality headset
Since Sony is developing the PSVR2, a new virtual reality headset, it appears that Tencent, a Chinese company, is also interested in VR, as they are working on a VR headset, according to Jez Corden.
Jez Corden is a well-known journalist who works at Windows Central as a senior editor. Jez Corden on The Xbox Two Podcast, which is available on the YouTube channel, Rand al Thor 19, said that Tencent is working on a Virtual Reality Headset.
Tencent appeared to have been interested in entering the VR industry for some time, as the company attempted to acquire Black Shark in order to expand into VR headsets. However, Tencent chose to walk away from the deal after it failed to get approval from the authorities for the deal.
Tencent, on the other hand, has not backed away from attempting to get into the Virtual Reality market, and it now appears that it is working on its own VR headset.
Tencent is China’s largest game publisher and a major investor in many of the world’s most well-known gaming studios. If everything goes according to plan, Tencent may be able to dominate the virtual reality market and be listed among key VR companies.
Although we don’t know much about the VR headset yet, we hope that Tencent’s VR headset meets our expectations, but we will have to wait and see how it turns out. On that topic, what do you think about Tencent developing their own VR headset? Let us know in the comments section.
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