RobocomVR is set to download the Transformers reality into your gaming optics, as they prepare to launch their immersive location-based VR simulator in the Middle East in September.
Esquire Middle East has the scoop:
“Working in collaboration with Hasbro (the makers of Transformers), virtual reality company RobocomVR is preparing for the launch of the first ever location-based VR simulator to offer an immersive Transformer experience, set to debut in the Middle East in September 2020.
For decades, virtual reality has tantalized gamers with the prospect of a fully immersive experience. But the technology has yet to deliver on this promise to larger audiences. In 2020, tech companies such as Robocom are looking to change that having invested considerable resources to develop VR hardware and games.”
“Through the Transformers location-based VR experience, the gamer can fully immerse through themselves as Optimus Prime or Bumblebee engaging with the franchise like never before through the multi-person experience for up to four players.
The multiplayer virtual reality game is an exciting way to put fans right into the middle of the larger-than-life action associated with the Transformers franchise.”
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