The product is currently in the beta testing phase but you may be wondering what's in store for you.
The company rolled out a new version of its Casino VR: Poker product, which was improved support high speed tournaments.
The company blog gave some insight into the updates made to its VR poker product.
“A new structure to handle VoIP or Voice Communication. If you are sitting at the table, you only hear other people at the same table and the people that are standing. If you are standing, you hear everyone. We found that this structure was best to have little noise but also permit users hollering to all tables for updates or seat requests.”
New features include:
· Faster deals
· Introduction of new spatial features
· Improved graphical performance
· Corrected the dealing of cards to each player so now everyone is dealt one card at a time.
· Bugs fixed which occasionally allowed players to see each other's cards.
To fully experience the product, players will need the Oculus goggles but it may be played without them. Texas Hold'em is currently available with additional games planned for the future.
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