I'm pretty sure 2020 is the year when VR (Virtual Reality) is going to become mainstream. Well, maybe not mainstream, but it's going to become a thing this year. This is the beginning. There are a number of affordable VR options ranging from $200 to $500. But Valve released what is essentially the first 2nd gen VR system in June, the Valve Index. It is an expensive option, coming in at $999, but it is a legit entry into the second generation of home VR. Late November Valve also announced a new Half-Life game, Half-Life: Alyx which will be VR only. Shortly thereafter they sold out of their $1000 VR units. If you don't know what Half-Life is, this is probably a good point to stop reading. If you do, you probably just logged into Steam if you didn't already know about this. The Valve Index and the new Half-Life game are going to drive VR sales this holiday season and will spur massive PC upgrades in 2020. New VR content will surely follow. New VR hardware will come after that. This is the moment. This is when VR will become a thing. 2020 is going to be the year of VR.