CCP Invents Cross-Reality, Launches EVE: Valkyrie Warzone


Breaking Gaming HTC News Oculus Sony Virtual Reality (VR) Andrew Willans ccp CCP Games CCP Iceland cross-play cross-reality dog fighting Dogfighting EVE EVE Valkyrie EVE VR EVE Warzone HTC Vive Lead Game Designer oculus rift PSVR Valkyrie WarzoneSince its launch, EVE: Valkyrie is one of most immersive VR experiences, a fast paced space combat sim which might serve as a professional training tool for your neck muscles.

CCP’s VR Sport Sparc Coming To Rift And Vive This Month


As Iceland-based CCP Games shutters its VR efforts , it looks like the studio has one more release to get out the door. Sparc is positioned as a VR sport, much like Sony’s robot game RIGS, which also saw its studio closed at the start of the year. The studio is launching its Tron-like VR sport Sparc [ Review 8/10 ) for Rift and Vive on Nov. 16, supporting cross-play against players who already have the game for PlayStation VR headsets.


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VR’s Low Install Base Led CCP Games To Exit Market


CCP Games’ annual fan event, EVE Fanfest, is taking place in Reykjavik, Iceland this week. ” We don’t yet know how sales of VR headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are going, though Sony’s PlayStation VR (PSVR) passed the two million mark late last year.

Is Everest VR the Most Immersive VR Experience?


Solfar worked hand in hand with RVX , Iceland-based Special Effects (VFX) studio which worked on the Everest movie. Both companies are based in Reykyavik, the capital of Iceland – and judging by the amount of talent coming from this small island-state (don’t forget – CCP Games and EVE world comes from Iceland too), there are many more games and experiences coming our way.

Excerpt: Four Stories From Blake Harris Book The History Of The Future


From his experience as a 3-D animator at Sony Computer Entertainment, Moravetz had insight into what a powerhouse was doing with virtual reality. Reykjavík, Iceland. “I The new book The History Of The Future is out today in hardcover, ebook and audiobook. The narrative written by Console Wars author Blake Harris charts the 2012 founding of Oculus. Along the way there is an accounting of the $3 billion acquisition by Facebook and $500 million jury decision.

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The Road Ahead in VR and AR Will Have Two Steps Forward, One Step Back


As late as October, the market researcher thought Sony would ship 2.6 Perhaps the craziest of VR firms was CCP, the Iceland-based company that dove in head first with the VR games Eve Gunjack and Eve Valkyrie. John Riccitiello, CEO of Unity Technologies, predicted that tech journalists would start gleefully writing that the virtual reality revolution is over because sales of VR headsets fell short of expectations, and analysts are in the midst of shaving back their predictions.