Palworld on the Vision Pro as AR might be future of gaming

What you need to know

  • Apple’s Vision Pro, an augmented reality headset, recently launched and is taking the tech world by storm.
  • Palworld, a smaller game, launched to become the 2nd highest concurrent player count on Steam ever.
  • Alex Volkov on Twitter (X) showed Palworld running on the Apple Vision Pro, and the need for native game support for more AR glasses became immediately apparent. 

If you haven’t had your Twitter (X), Instagram, YouTube, or TikTok feed filled with people running around with Apple Vision Pros on their heads on the Subway, driving their car, or getting pulled over, then consider yourself lucky. For most of us, the device is causing quite a stir in the tech world, and the FOMO is kind of real, but at $3500, it’s hard to justify the purchase price. Luckily, what we discuss today can also be achieved on the much cheaper but still great XREAL Air 2 Pros. In fact, we even did a head-to-head comparison of the Apple Vision Pro and XREAL’s new Air 2 Ultra, which just released at $700.  

There is a real chance that where VR has failed to take off, AR might be able to succeed. The Apple Vision Pro has sparked interest in AR devices, but the price is obviously not consumer-friendly. We discussed this week how the Hololens 3 from Microsoft has a chance to be the AR device we all need right now. So, let’s take a look at Palworld running on the Apple  Vision Pro and delve into the potential future of gaming. 

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