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‘The Order 1886’ publisher hints at PS4 virtual reality reveal at GDC 2014

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Sony Computer Entertainment, the publisher of “The Order 1886” as well other games, may be revealing the rumored PS4 virtual reality headset at this year’s Game Developers Conference. According to a report from Aus Gamers on March 10, the company will be hosting several panels at the event.

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One of the presentations will be held by Richard Marks and Anton Mikhailov from the research and development team at Sony Computer Entertainment America. Furthermore, the “Driving the Future of Innovation” panel is also going to include Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios. You can find some screens from the forthcoming “The Order 1886” video game in the slideshow located to the left of this article and the description of the presentation at GDC 2014 below:

Join Sony Computer Entertainment for a presentation on innovation at PlayStation® and the future of gaming.

Richard Marks and Anton Mikhailov are previously responsible for the creation of the Eye Toy camera and Playstation Move motion controller. Their next project is most likely the rumored virtual reality headset that is built specifically for the PS4.

A game like “The Order 1886” could benefit with the accessory as it uses a super widescreen resolution. Players could theoretically look around the environment by moving their heads in one direction or another. The upcoming video game should be coming out later this fall season while the rumored virtual reality headset does not have a release date window.