Imagination platform Roblox has announced new virtual reality capabilities that make the tech more accessible to a wide range of people

Online gaming has been around for quite some time, but few MMO’s (massive multiplayer online) can boast of device ubiquity—that is, games whose content can be transferred from one console to another. As new worlds are brought to life, avatars evolve and virtual universes deepen with user-generated activity, it makes sense that gamers want to take their experience mobile or change their gameplay altogether by interfacing with multiple devices (like Nintendo Switch!). As such, imagination platform Roblox is at the forefront of this device-agnostic movement, with a growing community of upwards of 30 million monthly active players creating and learning together online.

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