TechRadar’s insider source claimed to be impressed with Sony’s Oculus Rift competitor, saying people will be pleased with the final product. Instead of taking the Oculus Rift approach of releasing the hardware in stages to developers, Sony’s strategy has supposedly been based around tweaking and polishing the product. That may explain why the PlayStation 4 VR headset reportedly was yanked at the last minute at Gamescom last year.
Two patents IGN reported on late last year outlined the audio and visual features of the rumored PlayStation 4 VR headset, focusing on aspects like image detection and motion stabilization. Sources also have said that the device has been shown in conjunction with DriveClub, with players looking around in the cockpit to see minute details.
So stay tuned for new information about the rumored PlayStation 4 VR headset. In the meantime, let us know your thoughts on the device in the comments below.