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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello I need help for my school project My question to You is What does the future of gaming gonna look like and what kind of games can we expect in the future.

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ray tracing is a sneak peak into the future of graphics imo

albeit shit right now, i think in 5+ years or so it will probably be the norm


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39 minutes ago, Uganda_Knucels said:

What will be the "Norm" ??

Ray tracing is a feature nvidia is pushing with their new graphics cards, It's a much more advanced and lifelike way of rendering light and shadows in a scene.

 

You could talk about the focus on Virtual Reality, becoming immersed into the game and using your whole body to interact.

you could also potentially talk about mobile gaming as phones become more powerful and accessible for everyone


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I reckon the line between console and PC gaming will become more blurred as hardware gets more powerful. Maybe more cross platform games? I also think VR will become more prevalent (at least I hope it does lol).

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Especially if Microsoft get their way, agree that PCs and consoles are kinda merging more than they have. Ray tracing is a nice extra but to me doesn't radically change how games work.

 

On that side, I think VR will remain an area to watch out for. The high end room scale is where it has most value, and we're still on our first steps to having a Star Trek style holodeck. It may well be that to get a great experience it wont be a home technology (more due to space limits than tech), but you go to your local VR centre.

 

AR might be a more home friendly in-between solution, giving another category of gaming potential.

 

Mobile shouldn't be written off either. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
23 minutes ago, porina said:

Especially if Microsoft get their way, agree that PCs and consoles are kinda merging more than they have. Ray tracing is a nice extra but to me doesn't radically change how games work.

 

On that side, I think VR will remain an area to watch out for. The high end room scale is where it has most value, and we're still on our first steps to having a Star Trek style holodeck. It may well be that to get a great experience it wont be a home technology (more due to space limits than tech), but you go to your local VR centre.

 

AR might be a more home friendly in-between solution, giving another category of gaming potential.

 

Mobile shouldn't be written off either. 

So you are saying that PC and Console are side by side but what about AI in the normal citizen home and the new games in the future.

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If unreal engine and unity are both supporting Ray tracing in there engines I would bet that's where it's heading

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Drizard said:

If unreal engine and unity are both supporting Ray tracing in there engines I would bet that's where it's heading

Yes but What can we expect of the Future game updates you know like CS is it gonna be 100% VR or is it gonna stay a PC game?

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3 hours ago, Uganda_Knucels said:

Hello I need help for my school project My question to You is What does the future of gaming gonna look like and what kind of games can we expect in the future.

A bunch of old men with digital glasses and wires attached to our brains, playing multi senses in game worlds like in "player one" the movie. Even porn will probably be in that form. 

Note: I'll probably be one of the old men in the system. 


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Personally I don't think VR will ever take off I consider it too be like 3D movies we all know it's there but alot of people don't want to use it even if they lowered the cost. As for the question what does it look like in the future i would think once the battle royal movement is over there will another multiplayer genre that will come 

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20 hours ago, Uganda_Knucels said:

What does the future of gaming gonna look like and what kind of games can we expect in the future.

because its a SCHOOL project, there is only ONE model answer: Gaming has NO FUTURE

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19 hours ago, Uganda_Knucels said:

You are right Bro Thanks I could't really need your help to the rest of my school Project if you want to and i will reference you.

By academic ruling, 

youre required to cite all sources whether they request credit or not. 

28 minutes ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

because its a SCHOOL project, there is only ONE model answer: Gaming has NO FUTURE

As long as you follow the guidelines, most teachers don’t care what you say. You need to present understanding of structured argument, not what ideology to follow. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, fpo said:

By academic ruling, 

youre required to cite all sources whether they request credit or not. 

As long as you follow the guidelines, most teachers don’t care what you say. You need to present understanding of structured argument, not what ideology to follow. 

Yes I will quote y'all of course

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22 hours ago, bedsheet said:

I reckon the line between console and PC gaming will become more blurred as hardware gets more powerful. Maybe more cross platform games? I also think VR will become more prevalent (at least I hope it does lol).

Specially with AMD properly coming back into the game. They'll almost certainly be wanting to move to their standard CPU/GPU designs (for the sake of cost cutting, throw the low binned CPUs in).

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys do you think that there could be any problems in the future when they introduce the new tech in the every day life and in the gaming world

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I think the future will be augmented reality combined with VR. Watching a car race on your VR headset whilst sitting in a simulator and actually racing along with the competitors, being able race up to the pack and get your self right in there, looking around and getting a drivers eye view of the race. Same with tour de france, how about being able to "be the ball" in a football game, or being able to stick on a pair of boxing gloves and getting the shit beaten out of you by a virtual NHL team. that sort of thing. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, FlappyBoobs said:

I think the future will be augmented reality combined with VR. Watching a car race on your VR headset whilst sitting in a simulator and actually racing along with the competitors, being able race up to the pack and get your self right in there, looking around and getting a drivers eye view of the race. Same with tour de france, how about being able to "be the ball" in a football game, or being able to stick on a pair of boxing gloves and getting the shit beaten out of you by a virtual NHL team. that sort of thing. 

Okay but do you think that there can be a problem in making computers smarter and faster than human and then also giving the computers all our knowledge??

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