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    Best VR Games to Play in 2020

    Virtual Reality, popularly referred to as VR, has taken off as the next-gen platform for everything. Be it viewing movies or shopping from your favourite store, VR technology has opened new doors for developers to experiment and offer unique solutions to consumers. One of the most popular uses of VR technology has been in video games where people put on a VR headset and are instantly transported into the game. Rather than playing on a 2D screen, this revolutionary technology has been deemed as the future of gaming by allowing the player to feel as if they are actually in the game. Over the years with enormous investments from big tech giants, VR games have seen tremendous growth in their quality as well as hardware support. VR headsets like Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and HTC Vive have the option to connect to various gaming platforms like Steam and explore a diverse set of games that you can play. Here are a few VR games that you should definitely check out. You can visit my website with a click on the button above. Visit us for more information: Joker 2 & iMessage
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