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Swedish online casino game designer Net Ent has revealed that they are working on releasing its first ever virtual reality slot on to the internet casino market, as they're making a 360 degree version of Gonzo's Quest.
Based on the group's iconic slot of the same name, the game will allow users to become more immersed in the theme and setting of the game, and will work in many of the same in-game features, but will have 360 degree 3D visuals that make you feel like you're really on a quest for El Dorado's gold. The game is being designed with the WebVR plugin, which allows VR content to be displayed through web browsers rather than downloadable apps.
Commenting on the future of VR betting Net Ent CEO Per Eriksson said, "We firmly believe that VR has a given place in the future of online gaming, based on our research and the trends that we monitor. We remain focused on delivering the ultimate entertainment experience by taking this first step towards developing our first real-money VR slot. This is a milestone for NetEnt and the gaming industry."
The announcement of the game was made at ICE, and more details on the game's release will be made in the future.