Welcome to your official resource hub for information on PlayStation VR. We’re covering everything, from the setup requirements to the technical specifications and beyond. If you have a question about PS VR, this guide should have an answer. And if it doesn’t have what you are looking for, just leave us a note in the comments below. We’ll do our best to update this continually before, during, and after launch.
Now… on to the Ultimate FAQ!
Heading to Game Developers Conference? So are we! This post serves as your guide to all of Sony Interactive Entertainment’s GDC activities. You’ll be able to find our spacious booth at location 1202 in the South Hall, directly facing the center entrance. If you would like to meet with us to talk about the world of PlayStation, come and visit!
Our booth hosts a variety of development tools available to our licensees on PlayStation platforms, as well as many new and interesting games.
In addition, Sony Interactive Entertainment developers, programmers, producers, and technology specialists as well as experts from independent development studios will be speaking on a variety of topics.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys, girls and all you gun-hungry space rebels – I’m Jay and this is STARBLOOD ARENA!
Our pilots and their ships are queued up to launch into the arena on April 11 and we’re here to show all you boom-thirsty fans how business is done in the ARENA. To give you a little insight into StarBlood Arena we’ve brought on the illustrious Scott Campbell to break down the tasty little teaser that we first revealed at PSX 2016.
Not long now! PlayStation VR is due out on October 13 in North America. We know you’ve been looking for more info on what games you’ll be playing this year and into early 2017 — read on below for the full list as it currently stands. We’ll keep this updated with any major shifts as well.
The future is looking bright for PlayStation VR, PS4’s upcoming virtual reality platform launching this October. The PlayStation.Blog team recently had an opportunity to play a host of new demos, each showcasing impressive variety and ingenuity. Here are our thoughts so far:
Greetings from GDC 2014! Earlier this evening, I had the pleasure to introduce Project Morpheus, SCE’s prototype virtual reality (VR) system that works with PS4. Virtual reality is the next innovation from SCE that we believe will shape the future of games.
I have long dreamed about VR and the possibilities it brings in regards to game development. This new technology will deliver a sense of presence, where you as the player actually feel like you’re inside the game and your emotions feel that much more real.
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