Project Morpheus will be released before June 2016, claims Japanese newspaper Asahi.
Sony Computer Entertainment’s virtual reality headset will be compatible with PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, and includes an OLED 1920×1080 display. Currently, 15 games have been announced for Morpheus, including existing titles such as War Thunder and Project CARS as well as new I.P. including ARL: Survival Evolved and Adrift.
Recently, Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios (SCE WWS), said that one of the biggest challenges that Morphues faces is getting users to experience virtual reality in the first place. A price for the headset has yet to be confirmed, though Yoshida recently stated that it wants to try and keep the cost to end users as low as possible.
“This is a console product so we like to provide our hardware at as low price as we can do. That approach is always consistent,” he said.
It’s unclear whether Project Morpheus will receive a worldwide launch, or first launch in Japan with other territories to follow.