Sony Morpheus to launch in 2016
HTC and Valve have teamed-up for their thing, but the one making us really giddy is Sony's Morpheus VR set. Coupled with the PS4, this could make for some mindblowingly great and daft games.
And, the good news is that it will be launched properly in early 2016, according to Sony bigwig Shuhei Yoshida.
The improved Morpheus has an OLED display with 1080p resolution, which can notch up 120 frames per second, which is twice as good as the one shown off last year. There's less than 18 millisecond latency too, which is thought to be indistinguishable from the way you move and react in the real world.
With Facebook buying Oculus Rift, the race for VR is well and truly on.
Yoshida said: "Over the last year we have all seen the virtual reality world explode. Whether it’s Morpheus, Oculus Rift or Samsung Gear VR, an increasing number of people are looking at moving virtual reality from the realm of science fiction into our living rooms."
Sony have shown off a number of game demos, with The London Heist showing off some gangster shoot-'em-up action, as well as a 'street luge' game. There's also Keep Talking And Nobody Explode, a bomb-disposal affair too.
Yoshida continued: "VR is a new medium: the demos that we have been creating are just the beginning. We will deliver a VR experience that pushes boundaries of play, and ignites a passion in players. Creativity is thriving in this industry."
Here's some gameplay involving a shark. We can't wait!