According to Microsoft, they claim that the 360 can match the PS3’s 3D capabilities.
They said that the Xbox is ready for 3D, but for them it’s too early, they want to wait until people actually have 3D TV’s.
During an interview with CVG, a Microsoft exec was asked if they were concerned about the fact that Sony started with 3D before them, the Microsoft exec replied by saying, “I’m not. We have 3D games – obviously the Avatar game came out last year – and the console fully supports 3D. But for us right now, we’re more on the 3D input take, you know, revolutionising things with Kinect.”
“We’re going to take more of an attitude of seeing what the adoption looks like. Right now, there’s nothing technically that we can’t do on the 3D side – we already have games out there today. ” he said
“For us, it’s more going to be let’s see what the consumers say. Let’s see what happens on the TV side and the sell-through side. It’s something I think we’re going to follow on, and that we’re fine to follow on.” he added.
He was later on asked if the 360 can match the PS3’s 3D capabilities, he replied by saying, “Yeah, that’s true,” he said, “I think that when we decide we want to jump into 3D it’ll be because the consumer’s voted. But from a technical side, there’s nothing about it we can’t do. In fact, we’re already doing it today.”
3D gaming is already starting to grow today on the PS3, and more and more games will support it as well, but I don’t think it matters right now, not many people own 3D TV’s.