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Sony reportedly has its own VR headset for PS4


1:00 PM on 09.03.2013
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Eurogamer and CVG are reporting that Sony was set to announce a virtual-reality headset for PlayStation 4 last month during gamescom, but the plans were postponed. It's now believed that Tokyo Game Show will be the venue.

The new device is said to resemble Sony's HMZ-T2 3D headset (pictured above) and has been set up to work with Evolution Studios' DriveClub in testing. Anything with a cockpit view is a great showcase for what virtual reality adds to the experience. My main concern here is developer support -- these devices can't thrive on games that have been fitted to support VR after the fact, and offering this PS4 headset as an optional add-on won't help adoption rates.

While this wouldn't necessarily be something I would want, personally -- after finally trying the Oculus Rift in person at PAX, I don't see myself stepping up as an early adopter even if I'm excited for the potential -- having another big player in the field is going to benefit consumers in the end. I'll be curious to see if the Rift folks decide to partner with Xbox One.

Sony set to go big with virtual reality on PlayStation 4 [Eurogamer]
Sony to reveal PS4 Virtual Reality headset at TGS [CVG]






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