The first season of ‘Game Of Thrones’ ended its run on HBO on April 17, and while it’s still being aired on HBO, there’s already plenty of chatter about the future of the popular fantasy series.
The HBO series has been the source of much debate about whether it will return for a third season, or whether it’ll return as a virtual reality series.
That debate is about to begin.
According to The Wrap, the HBO series “has been on a long hiatus from the screen.”
As the first season concluded, it was revealed that a third-season version of the series would air on HBO as a “virtual reality show,” with virtual reality apps such as Oculus Rift or Gear VR available to download and play.
It also made it clear that HBO would not be producing the virtual reality versions of the show for its streaming service.
But as of April 15, HBO was no longer releasing the virtual Reality shows, as well as the season three and four seasons of the original show.
Instead, HBO announced that it was dropping all VR content from its website and that it would be ending its streaming services.
In a press release, HBO CEO Richard Plepler wrote: “We are not going to be producing VR content, and our VR content will be coming to HBO Go, HBO Now, and other premium HBO content providers through our streaming service.”
This is a huge news for fans who want to see the future for the series.
Fans who bought the VR season three or four episodes of the HBO app are getting their wish.
According to the release, the VR seasons will now be available for free for users on HBO Go.
The season three episodes of Season 3 and 4 will also be available to stream for free.
According the release: “This is another great day for the HBO community, and a very important one for HBO.
VR fans have been eagerly awaiting HBO Go for years, and HBO is one of the first platforms to embrace the new and exciting technology that will be used to bring this amazing storytelling experience to viewers across the world.”
In an interview with IGN, Plepler said that “there’s a lot of excitement for VR in the world right now.”
He continued: “When you get the opportunity to watch these VR episodes on a VR headset, it’s an incredible feeling.
It’s like, ‘Oh, I can do this, I’m going to really be able to do this and I’ll be a part of this.'”
Plepler said in a recent interview that he has no plans to retire from the role of CEO.
Plepler also stated that he wants to continue to grow HBO’s presence on the video game platform, and that he is “very confident” that he will continue to “drive the VR revolution.”
It’s unclear whether HBO will be offering VR content to its users or whether the company will simply drop the VR content.
While there is speculation that the streaming service will have virtual reality games for its users, it is unclear whether those will be available or available only in the virtual world.
It’s also unclear whether the VR versions of ‘The Winds of Winter’ and ‘The Door’ will return to HBO’s streaming service as well.
It is also unclear if the virtual-reality games will be made available in the future to HBO subscribers or whether they will only be available in virtual reality environments.
HBO Go users can sign up for the virtual gaming services through the HBO website.
It remains to be seen how HBO will respond to the virtual realities news.
As of April 21, HBO has not yet released a statement regarding the news.