Between 2013′s Oculus Rift, Sony’s VR headset unveiling, and GameFace’s Android-based VR, it’s pretty safe to say we’ve finally arrived in the future. March 19 marked the day at Game Developers Conference that every NES kid has been waiting patiently for: The next wave of hyper-super-realism-gaming.
Codenamed Project Morpheus, Sony plans to capitalize on the growing VR market with their console version sometime in the near future; dev kits available sometime in the coming months.
“The industry has grown by creating technological advancements for video game players,” explained president of Sony Computer Entertainment, Shu Yoshida. “Advancements that people maybe weren’t expecting or thought was possible…Virtual reality is the next innovation from PlayStation that will [shape] the future of games.”