'Grand Theft Auto' In VR Will Make You Feel Guilty For Your Actions

2016 will be the year virtual reality makes it big in gaming, but where are the titles? Modder Joseph Delgado has an answer to that, as he has added VR support to Grand Theft Auto V.

Using the Razer Hydra, Joseph has been able to add a complete VR experience with gesture controls to the game, which has resulted in him feeling a sense of guilt for his crime sprees.

"I feel horrible about making this. You actually feel guilty. My mouth dropped the first time I shot someone in my GTA: V VR setup," he posted about playing the game. This may be just one developer's reaction, but will this echo throughout every game's development? Will the titles we played on traditional screens without a sense of guilt make us feel bad in the future?