Irish Virtual Reality company to release game recreating the experience of the first moon landing
An interesting development in the weird and wonderful world of virtual reality.
Virtual reality is an extremely interesting concept.
It's not something that the average person understands too well, but it's something that a lot of people are really interested in.
And if you are one of those people who want to know more about it, this news should excite you.
Irish company VR Education announced on Tuesday that they are hoping to release the VR game Apollo 11 in the next couple of months.
Apollo 11 is a realistic recreation of the first moon landing in 1969. It's a virtual reality game that was released originally in 2016, but this version will be in HD, and available on more devices, including your average PC and the critically acclaimed Oculus Rift.
It will be a documentary style VR, where not only do you relive the events of the moon landing, but you also take control of and fly the rocket itself, execute the landing, explore the Moon's surface and return to Earth safely.
And not only will you get to see and do all of these things, but you'll get to do so in HD. Sounds good to us.
You can get more information on the game on their official website here.