Blog by Virtue Gaming
It is a widely acknowledged problem and for many years environmental charities have campaigned to clean up the ocean. The very visible impact of plastic waste can be seen on coastlines around the world, and its impact on wildlife is tragically being seen more and more often.
The recent social distancing measures implemented by the government in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic have lead to an increase in games being purchased digitally rather than in-store.
The past few years have seen a dramatic increase in the number of industries and people that want to change their unsustainable habits, both daily and long-term - and for good reason.
For many, gaming is an escape – a way to get away from the stresses of life and immerse yourself in a virtual world for a few hours a day.
The coronavirus is spreading around the globe like wildfire. A disease, which causes breathing problems, has already affected millions of people, and a cure seems far away from being found.
Virtual reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are two similar technologies that exist in the gaming world. Both VR and AR offer a more realistic experience compared to traditional gaming, but how they do this is very different.