Users will be able to experience NBA 2K23 and more on a 100-foot wide screen.
According to The Verge, rumors of Apple entering the mixed reality wearable market became reality when the Apple Vision Pro was announced.
At the WWDC 2023 conference, Apple announced that in addition to providing functions like VR FaceTime and watching widescreen movies, the new Vision Pro will also be a gaming platform with a range of games from Apple Arcade
At launch, more than 100 Apple Arcade games will be available for the Vision Pro glasses. The presentation didn’t specify what VR games will be available on the platform, but users will be able to play games like NBA 2K23 on Vision Pro.
In addition, Disney Plus streaming will also be available when Vision Pro launches early next year in the US. During the presentation, Disney shows and movies will likely get X-Ray features on Amazon Prime.
Although not too many outstanding features were mentioned in the presentation of Vision Pro. But with the news that Hideo Kojima will bring Death Stranding Director’s Cut to the Mac platform and Vision Pro will support Apple Arcade games, Apple users will still be able to experience Apple’s rich game world, as well as play Death Stranding on powerful Apple hardware