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Virtual reality storytelling is part of the larger technique of immersive storytelling, which has at its heart the ability to feel like the audience is “really there,” according to The Guardian. VR storytelling is changing the ways in which we interact with spaces and with each other. Virtual world-building must take place in order for this to happen. The players, either as characters or interacting with virtual characters, must navigate through different spaces while immersing themselves in the storyline. The challenges of VR storytelling are behind the development of VR technology.