StarVR, a three way partnership between Acer and Starbreeze, and SEGA Entertainment introduced a collaboration to convey the eponymous broad subject of view (FOV) StarVR headset to SEGA Game Center areas throughout Japan. The StarVR headset can be featured at three SEGA arcade areas by March 2018, and increase to a complete of greater than ten areas by the top of 2018.
SEGA’s flagship Game Center in Shinjuku Kabukicho was the primary to see the StarVR set up again in late December 2017.
Starbreeze Studio’s VR titles John Wick Chronicles (2017) and The Mummy Prodigium Strike would be the first experiences out there to arcade-goes, though StarVR says extra titles will be launched step by step. Each expertise prices ¥1,200 (~$11) per ticket.
Starbreeze stunned attendees again at E3 2015 once they unveiled StarVR, a 210 FOV, 5120×1440 decision VR headset born from venture InfinitEye. Little was recognized in regards to the firm’s plans for the headset till Starbreeze and Acer introduced a three way partnership to “market and produce” StarVR in an effort to showcase Starbreeze’s video games at location-based VR facilities like SEGA’s Shinjuku arcade.
“We’re particularly excited to convey StarVR arcade experiences to Japan, because it has the world’s most refined arcade business and tradition,” mentioned Jerry Kao, Vice Chairman of StarVR Corporation. “Collaborating with SEGA Entertainment, the chief within the native market, we’re assured that we will make actually immersive and premium VR experiences extensively out there to Japanese customers quickly.”
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