Awoken by a three-headed crow at the edge of the woods, players will travel through eight stages including forests, valleys, and frozen terrain. You’ll battle the elements and strange beasts alike, crafting tools, weapons, medicine, and more to stay alive. In true VR fashion, you’ll identify threats by sound as well as sight. Intuitive controls mean you can line up the perfect shot with your bow, but you may not be the only one stalking its prey, so keep your wits about you.Prepare yourself: Song in the Smoke launches later this year on the Quest and Rift Platforms and PSVR.
It Makes Flying Possible. One of the most popular uses of virtual reality is with flying simulators. In addition to the headset, these simulators usually require an addition piece of some kind. Some of these virtual reality flying simulators require a special chair with a joystick attached to it. There are also gliding simulators that have their own props as well. Users who try virtual reality flying simulators say that the experience feels so real, and the extra pieces make it better.