Four reasons why online gaming is such a treatLast updated on Oct 19, 2019, 06:47 pm
From playing chess on a regular website to battling it out with dozens on PUBG, online gaming has come a long way over the years.
Modern-day titles create a mind-blowing experience with improved graphics, AR/VR, and the ability to play with your friends on Facebook.
Let's look at the biggest elements that make online gaming such a treat for everyone.
You get to play with like-minded people
Back in the day, owning a multiplayer game meant finding a person who loved that thing just as much, a situation that often created problems.
However, when it comes to online gaming, there's already a community of millions of like-minded people.
You can pick the online game you like and connect and play with people having the same interest, no matter where they are.
There's no need to be stuck at home
Previously, you needed a computer to play a game, but now, the phone in your pocket can instantly connect you for a quick match.
Specifically, the advent of highly-powerful smartphones has created a way to play games anywhere, anytime.
The best part is, this not just holds true for lightweight card games, or word/board games but also for graphics-intensive titles like Call of Duty.
Plus, the experience is just amazing
The powerful hardware of modern-day smartphones has also made it easier for developers to offer titles with super-impressive graphics, audio, and visual effects.
Whether you are playing rummy online or something like PUBG, the experience is just as good as that of playing on a PC.
Also, you get access to several interesting in-game features, like connecting with friends, talking to them while playing.
Finally, you get AR, VR capabilities as well
Along with the enhanced in-game features, many titles also leverage the power of virtual and augmented reality, taking gaming to a whole new level.
You can immerse yourself in a virtual gaming world (using a headset) to kill enemies or can augment the real world with virtual elements and characters, much like how it works on Pokemon Go.
- Pokemon Go