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No Man's Sky may support virtually reality headsets, according to Hello Games founder Sean Murray.
Sony’s virtual reality tech is going to be at this year’s GameStop Expo.
Virtual reality’s social credentials may remain a source of debate, but it sounds like the industry sprouting up around is quite the happy family.
PlayStation is setting up a development studio in North West England dedicated to make games for its Project Morpheus VR headset.
First-person horror game Among the Sleep has surpassed 100,000 copies sold, developer Krillbite Studios has revealed.
Sony is slowly closing in on a final release date for its virtual reality headset.
Brendan Iribe has welcomed Oculus Rift’s inevitable rivals in the virtual reality market, but also urged them to ensure their product is up to scratch.
Sony reckons that its own entry into the virtual reality market is nearing completion.
It doesn’t look like Sony intends to release any motion controlled games in the near future, but PlayStation Move may yet have its day.
Virtual reality is a serious part of PlayStation’s future, according to Sony’s UK boss Andrew House.
The owner of London’s video game café Loading Bar James Dance shares his thoughts on the new virtual reality headsets and whether they will have mainstream success...
A new VR-powered title is making it way to Oculus Rift and PS4 via Project Morpheus.
UK studio nDreams will unveil a new virtual reality game at E3 2014, the developer has teased.
Microsoft's decision to remove Kinect from the Xbox One bundle has destroyed any possibility for developers to make games that realise the potential of the motion-sensing camera.
Kickstarter success Among the Sleep will see a PS4 release that's to include support for Project Morpheus, developer Krillbite Studios has revealed.
The often unpopular light bar on the DualShock 4 controller was included at the request of the team working on the VR Project Morpheus headset.
PlayStation will offer insight into Project Morpheus and making games for virtual reality at a special Develop event later this month.
Sony wants to prove to the world that virtual reality is not just for hardcore gamers playing on their own.
Despite Facebook’s entry into the virtual reality market doesn’t mean the sector won’t be led by indie developers.
Slightly Mad Studios’ upcoming racing title Project Cars will be compatible with Sony’s Project Morpheus virtual reality headset.
While there is some money to be made from virtual reality, Sony is wasting its time on the technology.
Virtual reality is coming to PS4.