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Sony will reportedly show off VR headset for the PS4 at E3 this year

It looks like we could expect Sony to show off its VR headset for the PlayStation 4 at E3 in June (NYSE:SNE)

| Wearable Computing News | Posted: Feb 20, 2014 7:25 am

We've heard a bit about Sony's venture into virtual reality, but nothing has entered actual reality just yet. Another tease is here, with an industry insider hinting that Sony would show off a VR headset for the PS4 at E3 2014 in June.

 

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Ahsan Rasheed, or thuway on Twitter, posted on the social network: "Ugh I just got a bit of info I was sworn to secrecy on :-/. VR is going to be amazing. You will say KANDO". He continued: "Very interesting solutions, multiple prototypes, but the end product is Hnnnnng. Say hello to Gran Turismo 7", suggesting that Sony is indeed working on its own VR headset.

 

If you were excited with that news, prepare your VR underwear for the next bit: Rasheed also mentioned PS4 VR in one last final tweet, where he listed upcoming Sony projects:

 

Things to look forward to-

 

  • 1. Drive Club updated footage
  • 2. PS4 VR + SSM New IP
  • 3. UC 4
  • 4. Guerilla new IP
  • 5. UC4
  • 6. The Last Guardian

 

This is where things get inteersting, as Guerilla with a new IP working on VR would be quite the title, and so would The Last Guardian. SSM most likely refers to Sony Santa Monica, which is the development studio who made God of War and others.

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