I don't think that physical play will reduce significantly with the rise of virtual reality (VR) games and such. There definitely is something very different to when you play games, such as soccer, in real life rather than through a VR headset as you can actually control ball physics, how you run, etc. rather than everything being dictated by lines of code for the most part. I see VR being an immersion experience tool for games where the content of the specific game is not usually encountered in real life, like any of the horror games. Furthermore, I feel that technology lacks the human bond and camaraderie that comes with playing with your friends around a table, or at the park, etc.