The Computer Entertainment Software Association (CESA) announced Tokyo Game Show VR 2023 has been extended to October 8, allowing visitors to continue experiencing activities in the Game Islands for an additional week. Originally, Tokyo Game Show VR 2023 was supposed to last until October 1.
The main theme of Tokyo Game Show VR 2023 is centered around floating islands from a virtual country high in the sky. While exploring this virtual world with a VR headset or smartphone, users may participate in special activities and catch up on new trailers from Tokyo Game Show 2023.
Tokyo Game Show VR 2023 Extended
Until October 8, Tokyo Game Show VR 2023 users may continue to participate in Stamp Rally Quest by watching videos and taking photos throughout the virtual venue. Visitors may also acquire avatars and advance the game storyline by completing quests. In addition, the CESA notes that something will happen after a certain amount of quests are complete.
Moreover, Tokyo Game Show VR 2023 users gain the ability to transform into avatars, which have access to a variety of spells from upcoming games. Attendees may visit the Game Tree Theater at the center of the Game Islands to watch trailers for upcoming games featured at Tokyo Game Show 2023.
Many partners made Tokyo Game Show VR possible this year. Here’s the full list of companies involved with the event:
Technology partner: ambr
Imaginary Game Studios / CAPCOM / CharacterBank / Gugenka / Groove Fit Island! / KOEI TECMO GAMES / Godot Engine / GoRapid Studio / Konami Digital Entertainment / thatgamecompany Sky: Children Who Weave Stars / Survios / Schell Games / SQUARE ENIX / SEGA/ATLUS / BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment / Polygonal Mind / Magic: The Gathering
KEIRIN / Shangri-La Frontier / ZONe ENERGY / TV Asahi / HEBEL HAUS / Mirrativ / Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company / Monstercat / Unity Technologies Japan / Wide Fighter
TheGamer / The Ghost Howls / Famitsu / Mogura VR / Ruliweb
Finally, Tokyo Game Show VR 2023 runs until October 8. Compatible devices include Windows PC, Meta Quest 2 (App Lab / Link function), Oculus Rift / Rift S, HTC Vive / Vive Pro series, Valve Index, iPhone, and Android smartphones. Support may vary by device, however. VR is not required to participate in Tokyo Game Show VR 2023.