Newswire: VR Dungeons & Dragons removes last lingering threat of human interaction

Dungeons & Dragons, long the game of choice for nerdy social introverts, has always been hampered by one incontrovertible weakness: This game designed to foster social interactions among people has required you to actually be in the physical presence of other people. Sure, you can play online, but there’s just no substitute for the feeling of sitting around a table, staring intently at small figurines. If only those other people didn’t need to be there, requiring you to either leave your home or invite others in, both unpleasant prospects.

Thankfully, there will soon be a way to experience the fun of playing Dungeons & Dragons with other people around a board as God intended, without having to suffer the physical proximity that deters so many. Gizmodo reports developer AltspaceVR has created a virtual reality version of the gaming experience, leaving players free to stay in their bedrooms, clad …

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