Activision partnered with real war photographers as a way of showing just how real the graphics in the upcoming World War II game “Vanguard” can feel. It's a pretty bold move, but looking at the pictures they look better than some of the images that were published in magazines. We haven't played the last C.o.D. games but this has us intrigued, for sure.
Oculus Go (originally released in 2018) use has declined as newer more, powerful headsets have emerged. A recent update removes the check for Facebook certified operating systems and opens the device up for continued use by developers to do new things. These kinds of modifications (usually called "mods") have kept games and hardware useful by enthusiast communities long after official support ends. We're pretty stoked to see some of the things people wished the device could do that weren't allowed becoming a reality.