Re VR >
I have stated something similar in the TP VR thread but will do so here again. I'm quite up to speed when it comes to the development of VR games and the technology itself. To me, the TPVR thing seems to be more something of a basic 'showcase', for the sake of showcasing than an actual game. There is the fact that Collider games is an internet news outlet (which btw mostly rehashes stuff) that has not ever before released any games. Also, the screenshots that we got so far are really not that impressive. The environments seem like someone with just basic experience in 3d modeling software could have assembled it in a short time span without any real skill. Trust me, these things have gotten a lot easier over time. the chance that the game will show anything other than familiar TP environments and a few basic objects to interact with is very slim. It won't include, for example, convincing fleshed out 3d versions of TP characters. That capability would require some major effort, more than I think Collider Games could provide.
There is a whole lot of 'VR games' out there which are more of the showcase type, this is mostly due to the fact that the technology is still in development and people are fiddling around with the possibilities. Even leading game studios are still learning by trail and error how to develop decent full fledged vr games. Most VR games still work with a teleportation ability instead of smooth locomotion, because the latter makes most players almost instantly sick.
I know there have been stories of Lynch being involved, but I firmly believe he is more of a consultant in it than an actual part of the development. The Twin Peaks wiki mentions he was consulted on the fact whether the Red Room would have a ceiling.
I'm 99% sure none of the recent rumors would pertain to this. Nor would cast members be secretive, posting tantalizing stuff about it (remember, it's already announced). This is more of a nifty side thing to be shown off at events like the festival of disruption, and possibly to be sold for a buck or 10 in the Steam games store.
Now, I still believe a Twin Peaks fan could truly enjoy the experience, as even basic VR is immersive and amazing in it's own way. But something big, this is not.
EDIT: Just found this article, and it confirms a lot of the things I stated: https://www.adweek.com/digital/david-ly ... win-peaks/
Season 3B > Obviously very unsubstantiated. Even the recent OP on Reddit who got the rumor mill pertaining to it running again mentions they weren't even exactly sure were they got the idea from in the first place. They're saying someone mentioned it during the ending of TPTR when the hype was at it's biggest. They aren't even certain whether this person posted it as speculation or claiming to be in the know about it.