How TIGSource can get you in a better position to get into VR, but still deliver what you want
If you’re like me, you’ve been waiting to get your hands on a headset until TIGsource can actually offer it.
They’re not offering a lot of information about their new headset, other than the fact that it’s $300.
If that’s not enough to make you feel like you’ve hit the jackpot, I’m not sure what is.
But if you’ve seen the trailers, you know that TIG source Polygons’ website is full of promises about what TIG will be capable of.
The trailer promises that Tigsource is going to offer “one of the most immersive experiences to date.”
Tigssource’s website promises “immersive experiences for the eyes, the body, and the mind,” with a list of titles that include the upcoming VR title, Aiden Pearce.
It’s a pretty promising list, especially since it’s mostly aimed at a female audience.
But there’s a catch.
TIG’s website also offers a video to explain why you should wait to buy the headset: TIG Source, the brand new VR headset, will be available at a special price of $300 USD.
The VR headset will be able to deliver a “thoroughly immersive experience for you,” according to the video.
And it will “allow you to experience a world that is a perfect blend of a movie and a game.”
The only downside?
It’s only available in Japan, and TIG hasn’t yet announced an international launch.
We’ve reached out to TIG to get a clearer picture of what Tigs source is offering, and whether or not it’s worth the wait.
TigsSource’s website still has no information about pricing, but we’ve reached a few questions about Tigsources plans to expand internationally.
The company told Polygon that it has “an aggressive schedule of launches.”
We’ll update this article if and when we hear more.
TigSource promises “unmatched performance and reliability.”
“You will experience a fully immersive VR experience with the highest-level immersion possible, which will be truly the best VR experience available today.” “
The headset is the most advanced VR headset ever created,” it says.
“You will experience a fully immersive VR experience with the highest-level immersion possible, which will be truly the best VR experience available today.”
TIG sources that it will be a “full game experience” at launch, so there’s still a lot to learn about the headset’s performance and compatibility.
But Tigs Sources claims that it can “drive the VR experience up to 100 feet above the player’s head in an enclosed space,” and it’s going to “offer superior VR gaming experiences.”
It also promises “game-changing” motion controls, “unparalleled VR control,” and a “gaming experience that feels like it was made for VR.”
We’re still waiting to see how Tigs is going in terms of actual performance, but its launch isn’t out of the question.
TIKT is launching the TIGt source Polygamen in a few weeks, and it’ll be interesting to see if the Tigs team can keep their promises.
Hopefully they can keep delivering on all the promises.
The only way to know for sure is to wait for Tigs, which promises “to deliver the ultimate VR experience.”