The Virtual Reality (VR) technology is slowly becoming popular in the mobile phones industry, and the future of all the computers is also the VR. This technology is slowly taking off the PC games and mobile gaming platforms and now people like to play the multiplayer games using the VR headsets.
One game company, Ubisoft, wants to allow all the gamers to use the three top virtual reality platforms for engaging in the online multiplayer games together. That means that the users of PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift will no longer need to be playing in their minuscule VR silo.
The first game to use the cross-platform support will be Eagle Flight. It is a game that allows you to take to the skies over an eerie version of Paris that is devoid of humans (and thus overrun by wildlife). Eagle Flight cross-platform play is available on the PlayStation VR and the Oculus Rift, a version will be launched for HTC Vive on December 20th.
The Cross-platform games will also come with Werewolf Within, which will be launched on December 6th, and for Star: Trek Bridge Crew, which will be unveiled on March 14th. Recently, some companies have introduced many new changes on the VR headsets. The new features were launched on Oculus Rift VR headset. HTC has launched its VR app store Viveport, Tech lovers from many countries including Pakistan are taking a keen interest in the VR.