Wednesday, 04 September 2013 18:33

Sony has virtual reality PS4 add-on prepared for Tokyo Game Show

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Sony has confirmed that they will introduce the VR headset that will be in a peripheral add-ons for the PlayStation 4 at the Tokyo Game Show. One of the first titles that PS4 will come with support for Sony's VR headset should be racing game Drive Club. The whole thing was supposed to be featured at the GamesCom, but Sony decided at the last moment to wait until the last this year's lgaming fair in Tokyo.

Beside just VR headset, Sony in the TGS plans to introduce more than 50 games that are currently in preparation for the PlayStation platforms, which includes ten exclusive PlayStation 4 titles. Tokyo Game Show will be held in the period from 19th to 22nd September, and except Sony  we can expect the appearance of Microsoft, and many other big names in the gaming industry.

Sony already has a similar device available in their store. It is HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer, which bring "A personal cinematic home entertainment experience". It has twin OLED HD screens, cross-talk free 3D viewing and virtual 5.1 surround sound through the adaptable headphones. It sells for £999, so it will be interesting to see how much the one for the PS4 will cost.

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