HTC will not release the next version of the Vive device until the company can offer a "significant innovation" to the Nokia headset. virtual reality, according to company manager Daniel O'Brien. In an interview with Digital trends, the executive said HTC "is still talking to developers about what's most interesting for the next generation VR."
According to these conversations, betting now on a new headset without major innovations is not the best option. "It's not about establishing a production cycle in time, it's about bringing really meaningful innovations that help the community and developers create new experiences."
Valve is aware that investing in virtual reality can be a huge mistake, says Gabe Newell
With the growth of the PC market, it was expected that more powerful hardware would leverage virtual reality, but it seems that some companies that are betting on this environment are wanting things to go more smoothly.