What Does the Future of Gaming Look Like?

Gaming is evolving year by year and there seem to be no signs of slowing down. Here's what we think the future of gaming could hold.

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isarai518d ago (Edited 518d ago )

You can only have fun if you pay hundreds on microtransactions in a single game.

blackblades518d ago

On a dream note, VR with AI that you can talk to. Like that game eyedentify that never happened.

Tzuno518d ago

disgusting! incomplete and unoptimized games with 10 paid dlc's in a span of a few years

Popsicle518d ago

Heavily monetized pay to win GASS

Inverno518d ago

I honestly don't have much hope for consoles and AAA. MTX are still a things that hasn't been very regulated and subscription services are getting worse. Not just in gaming but in many other industries, to the point where hardware and software has been held hostage til people fork over more money.
I think where the most interesting things are happening right now is on the PC hardware side. Handheld PC's are probably the coolest thing I've seen happening so far. VR also doesn't seem to be slowing down and I think we'll start to see more focus on that along with AR in the decade.

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CrimsonWing6952m ago

I swear I thought this was already out on the switch.