Sony is planning to take Playstation experience to another level. Especially when “Star Wars Battlefront” is involved in the process. Many of us are excited to know that Sony is actually teaming up with Electronic Arts to bring the “Star Wars” experience to the virtual reality experience.
According to the GameSpot reports, the virtual reality experience has been planned for “Star Wars Battlefront” as part of a “partnership” between Sony and Electronic Arts. The source adds that the announcement was made at the platform holder’s GDC presentation, during which the president of Sony Computer Entertainment, Andrew House, described EA and DICE’s first-person shooter as a “cinematic gaming experience”.
As per the Venture Beat reports, House confirmed that there are more than “230 developers building content” for PlayStation VR right now. “Star Wars Battlefront” experience is one of the 50 games that will be available for VR experience. Some of the other games include:
- Eagle Flight (Ubisoft)
- Eve: Valkyrie (CCP Games)
- Headmaster (Frame Interactive)
- Rez Infinite (Enhance Games)
- Wayward Sky (Uber Entertainment)
- Rigs: Mechanized Combat League (Sony WWS)
- Tumble VR (Sony WWS)
- Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (Sony WWS)
- PlayStation VR Worlds (Sony WWS)
Here are some of the specifications required for Playstation Virtual Reality experience. CNET shared the details on Twitter.
The Game Spot quotes, “PlayStation VR will cost €399 in Europe, £349 in the United Kingdom, $549.95 in Australia, and ¥44,980 in Japan.”
The source also writes, “One important thing to note regarding pricing is that PlayStation VR does not come with Move controllers or the PlayStation Camera, which are required for some games. You do get a Wii-sized processor unit and a series of cables, including HDMI and USB, among others.”
The Playstation 4 powered VR experience has been scheduled for launch in October 2016. However, there are no further details on the latest venture.
Stay tuned for more updates.