It looks like the HTC Vive will see plenty of Unity-powered games, with Unity introducing SteamVR support. This means that developers can edit their games inside of the VR world, much like the new VR support for Unreal Engine.
Valve isn't the only company receiving some VR love from Unity, with the developer also providing support for Google Cardboard. Unity has supported the Oculus Rift pretty much since day one, but it's great to see not only SteamVR support, but Google Cardboard, too.
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