Full 3D visual support rumoured for an E3 reveal

360 Stereoscopic 3D support hinted

Microsoft will announce at E3 that it is to introduce full stereoscopic 3D support on the Xbox 360, Eurogamer claims.

Xbox 360 already runs a number of 3D titles such as Black Ops and Crysis 2, but until now they haven’t run on true stereoscopic tech. This new update would mean the machine would output a full 720p image to each eye.

Sony’s PS3, of course, made a big song and dance about the introduction of stereoscopic 3D last year and already has a host of compatible titles including Killzone 3 and Gran Turismo 5.

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