It seems that the PlayStation 4 isn’t the only piece of gaming hardware that the guys and gals at Sony have been working on for the past few years.
Sources have stated that Sony is working on it’s own VR Headset, one that has already been shown off to multiple developers at this year’s E3 and is said to be more accurate than the current popular VR Headset, the Oculus Rift.
GamesIndustry reports that the VR Headset would use the PS4 PS Eye 2.0, which developers have told them has made it more accurate than the Oculus Rift. The headset was suppose to be shown at this year’s Gamescom, and then at this year’s upcoming TGS, but it seems that Sony has pushed its reveal further so it wouldn’t take away from the PS4 launch. The headset is rumored to launch some time in Fall next year, so if it does exist, we will most likely hear more about it at E3 2014.
This wouldn’t be the first time that Sony experimented with a VR headset as they have demoed to selected media outlets their HDTV Personal 3D Viewer, which received some well impressions. This headset however, is not tied with the PS4 VR Headset.
So, would this be something that would interest you if it had the right fit and was inexpensive? Let us know in the comment section.