Koei Tecmo has created a cockpit with which to experience up to five sensations while playing a version of Dynasty Warriors and other titles with PlayStation VR.
The Japanese company Koei Tecmo, creators of the Dynasty Warriors and Dead or Alive sagas, has created a booth called VR Sense which aims to offer us more sensations than we usually have with our virtual reality systems. With an appearance similar to that of an arcade cabin of car games, it contains a screen, a chair capable of tilting and turning, and a series of functions such as fragrance, touch, wind, temperature and mist. So we can smell the environment, feel insects on our head, experience the wind on our face, feel the heat or cold, and even the humidity when it rains.
VR Sense will be available this summer in arcades in Japan, but there has been no comment on whether it will be exported to other countries. The booth will have three games for release, one horse racing called GI Jockey, another horror whose title has not been mentioned and, finally, a new iteration of the Dynasty Warriors saga. We can see images of the games on their official website.