In recent hours, the Taiwanese brand of HTC smartphones announced its arrival at the virtual reality market. In the statement, HTC reported that his HTC Viveport application store will work closely with Bandai Namco Entertainment to create a virtual reality ecosystem that will allow users to live an immersive and interactive experience within titles related to the greatest anime franchises of the industry.
The representative of HTC Vienport, Joseph Lin, mentioned that this new project is an effort to diversify its product portfolio and increase sales to compensate for the adverse impact of the offer that rival companies have presented within the smartphones market. "The future of virtual reality is about offering new experiences and exploring infinite possibilities that can be done. We are honored to become the first virtual reality partner of BN Pictures. "Through this collaboration, we can take the animation content at a higher level and push the borders to unlock all the potential of virtual reality," Lin mentions within the statement.
It is expected that the association with Bandai Namco Pictures will help HTC to access several Dragon Ball size franchises, One Piece, Boku No Hero Academy, Gintama, Tiger & Bunny and Aikatsu!, While the Japanese developer would receive a New experience for consumers of the products it offers.
HTC entered the field of virtual reality in 2015 when he presented his first virtual reality helmet, known with "Live", which began selling globally in April 2016.
Source: Focus Taiwan