Hand-held controllers allow the player to interact with any object in the game. Of particular interest is the fact that the in-world hands change gestures depending on what kind of interactions are possible with a particular object.
This allows game designers to avoid using menus or other on-screen interface elements that interfere with immersion in a virtual reality space.
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