2 years ago, I would have agreed but VR is massively on the rise and has been for a while. There are a lot of people who are very bitter about it, which I don’t really understand why, but there’s a reason so many are investing in the platform. PSVR unit sales hit 5 million last year. Oculus Quest has been constantly selling out since launch. As has the index, since the Alyx announcement.
For PC VR, games like Boneworks sold over one hundred thousand copies in a few days and that was from a very small studio. It did so well, the devs have announced multiple new VR project in the works, In the last year, there have been some amazing triple A quality VR games released which have really boosted the platform. Asgards Wrath, Stormland, Walking Dead S&S and Blood & Truth as examples. This year is also a big one with Half Life Alyx, New Medal of Honor, Walking Dead Onslought, Lone Echo 2, After the Fall, Iron Man VR etc.
The problem with the platform is that too many people tried to rush out short experiences and under developed games when VR launched, which made it a bit of a joke
The sales may not be equal to that of major console releases but it’s definitely on it’s way to becoming more mainstream. I think PSVR 2 on th PS5 will really boost it as well.
Anyway, on topic, Metro 2033