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Sony Drastically Reduces Funding for VR Games

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Sony is streamlining its spending on Virtual Reality, leaving only two games currently under development for its PSVR 2 platform.

In a surprising turn of events, tech giant Sony has made a significant cut in their funding for Virtual Reality (VR) games, according to a source close to Android Central. This decision leaves a mere two games in the development pipeline for their upcoming PlayStation VR 2 (PSVR 2).

The news comes as a shock for both developers and gamers alike, considering Sony's previous substantial investment in VR gaming. As it stands, the company seems to be reassessing its strategy in this particular sector of the gaming industry.

However, it should be noted that this decision does not indicate Sony's total withdrawal from the VR market. The two games currently under development for the PSVR 2 are still expected to be released as planned. It is also possible that Sony's funding cut could mean a shift of focus towards other areas within the gaming industry.

Given the recent trends in VR gaming, Sony's decision seems surprising, yet when looking at the bigger picture, it might just be a strategic move considering the broader scope of its global strategy.

The details of this decision, including the reasons behind this drastic funding cut, and what it entails for the future of Sony's VR developments, remain to be unpacked.

This change might imply a temporary slowdown in the VR gaming market, but only time will tell if Sony's bet will pay off. Gamers await further updates and hope for the best for the future of VR gaming.

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