HTC Set To Launch New Vive Flow Headset This Week

HTC has been rumored to be planning to release a new Vive Flow (VR) headset this week and it is also working on its metaverse-like virtual world. The Vive Flow is reportedly said to be a standalone VR headset and is intended to be a media consumption device “with access to some casual gaming, buy it won’t ship with controllers and will be less powerful than the Oculus Quest 2.


According to reports, the Vive Flow will reportedly be announced at HTC’s October 14th event, which would make sense, as HTC is promoting the event with the “Go with the Flow” tagline.


HTC’s new headset is reportedly a standalone VR headset called the Vive Flow and is intended to be a media consumption device “with access to some casual gaming. However, it won’t ship with controllers and will be less powerful than the Oculus Quest 2.

HTC is set to launch its new Vive Flow headset this week and it is also working on its metaverse-like virtual world.


The new metaverse space is called Viveport Verse. Users will be able to make their 3D avatar and explore “a variety of events,” but the space will also have an “NFT Showroom” and user-generated content “available soon.”


According to reports, users seemingly won’t need a VR device to visit Vivepoint Verse, though; it will be compatible with desktop devices, laptops, mobile devices, tablets, and VR headsets.

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