But can it love?
After revealing the price of PlayStation VR at GDC, SCEI CEO Andrew House revealed some more interesting information about the VR headset’s features.
As reported by Twinfinite, the PlayStation VR will have a Cinematic Mode which allows for playing PS4 games. This basically creates a large virtual screen for the player with three different types of zoom for more comfortable viewing. What’s more, Netflix can also be viewed in this mode. We’re not sure what this spells for the future of “Netflix and chill” but it’s a cool feature all the same.
Thus far, we know that PlayStation VR will release in October 2016 and retail for $400. It requires PlayStation Camera and Move but a bundle will be sold in North America for consumers (pricing hasn’t been announced as of yet). What are your thoughts on PS VR especially after GDC 2016? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more updates.