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Why virtual reality ‘could be the future’ for Portsmouth entertainment

August 05, 2018 / Portsmouth

Visitors can try their hand at more than 140 games and go head-to-head in popular games such as Beat Saber, Project Cars Two and Tower Tag.Centre VR manager Charlie Plaskitt explained why VR could be the way forward in the world of entertainment.He said: ‘VR has massively exploded in the past couple of years – and that experience of immersing yourself in a totally different universe is second to none.‘It’s more of a social gathering, like playing laser tag or going go-karting, than sitting at home playing split-screen games; it’s something everyone can get involved in and is much cheaper than a lot of group activities like that.