Industry tipster Ahsan ‘thuway’ Rasheed has Tweeted that PlayStation 4 will receive support for PSOne and PS2 Classics, complete with native 1080p rendering for certain titles.
While we should remind you to take this with a pinch of salt for the time being, it’s worth remembering that Rasheed has a positive track record in regards to leaking info.
In addition to the supposed PSOne/PS2 support, he also turned his attention to Sony’s newly-announced Project Morpheus, the Virtual Reality headset device unveiled last week at GDC 2014.
Check out his posts below.
Devs I'm talking to really want to try Morpheus. Community feels like it is the best way to introduce VR to mainstream consumers.— Ahsan Rasheed (@thuway) March 25, 2014
Oh and Sony has opened the floodgates asking for open criticism from third parties on Morpheus and what they want to see in a final product.— Ahsan Rasheed (@thuway) March 25, 2014
If you are interested in how Sony is approaching Morpheus, they are designing it similar to PS4 and Dualshock 4. Taking developer feedback.— Ahsan Rasheed (@thuway) March 25, 2014