Sony, already in the lead in the console war, is betting big on virtual reality. The man behind the games explains why he is a believer in PlayStation VR in this exclusive interview.
Sony Computer Entertainment is gearing up for a 2016 launch for its PlayStation VR headset by getting as many people to try it as possible. Sony has over 50 games in development for its first foray into virtual reality, and the company had 49 prototypes available at its recent PlayStation Experience consumer event in San Francisco to let gamers preview upcoming titles like Rigs: Mechanized Combat League, Battlezone, and Harmonix Music VR.
Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony’s Worldwide Studios for Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., is bullish on virtual reality. He sees nothing but opportunity, as long as consumers can try it for themselves.
From Xfire: "Imagine a PlayStation that could sense and react to gamer's joy, frustration, or boredom."