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Nowadays, you can’t go anywhere without seeing someone playing a game on their phone or tablet, but that isn’t going to be the case in the future. As technology evolves, so too will the gaming experience, and even now developers are hard at work trying to predict how things will change over the next 8 years and beyond. What exactly do they think gaming will look like? Here are a few predictions about what the gaming world will be like in 8 years time…
It’s not very often we get to sit back and think about what lies ahead for something that is part of our daily lives. The latest release of Playstation or Xbox offers a glimpse into future technology, but it hardly scratches the surface. What will games look like 10 years from now?
The future of games is here and it’s incredible. High-definition graphics, virtual reality experiences, augmented reality scenarios – all of these are now possible and more…but how did we get here, and where are we going next? This post looks at where we’ve been and what lies ahead for gamers. From 3D to 4K, from first-person to VR – there have been a lot of developments in gaming technology over recent years.
One of the most frequently asked questions I see online is: how long do console generations last? Some expect a new system every three or four years, while others think we’re still in one big generation that started with PlayStation 2. The answer isn’t quite so cut and dry, but here’s how long it generally takes for a new generation to roll around.
Virtual reality headsets are slowly hitting store shelves and gamers everywhere are scrambling to buy them, but what can we expect from VR games in just a few short years? The big tech companies that produce these games have already released some killer apps and they’re already working on more.
Virtual reality (VR) has been a hot topic since 2016, and we’re already seeing a number of big-name companies push out VR headsets or announce plans to do so. While these products have either just launched or aren’t readily available to consumers yet, they represent a long-term bet on an area that many are thinking could transform mobile gaming—but don’t expect VR devices to go mainstream anytime soon.
Teaching Kids How To Use The Internet Safely
The internet is a great place to get knowledge about pretty much anything. With almost unlimited information at your fingertips, it seems that young people these days are much smarter than older people when it comes to using technology. However, is that really true? Or are there other factors involved?
Online games are a fun and entertaining way to kill time but what many don’t realize is that video games may also have a major impact on society as a whole. The question, is whether or not online games are making our society smarter or dumber? This question has sparked many controversies over recent years. Many of which try to paint video games in a negative light.
Consoles and PCs have traditionally been in competition, but when it comes to video games, they’re going through a partnership. Recently Microsoft announced that it would add support for Sony’s PlayStation 4 controller on its Xbox One console; now gamers will be able to buy one controller and use it across both systems. Graphics are advancing more quickly than ever with consoles, meaning PC users may want to consider buying a console if they haven’t already.
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