It’s been confirmed by Sony that the company has development kits for Oculus Rift, the VR headset for video games, and that perhaps the PlayStation 4 may feature support for the same in the future. However, what would such a device look like? Look no further than T3’s edition of Concept which tries to PlayStation-ize the Oculus Rift.
And hey, it looks pretty damn cool. Along with the usual Oculus Rift features, such as a 960×1080 resolution for each eye, a 110 degree diagonal field of view and 15-20 millisecond latency, it has a Share button on the right side of the headset and plenty of PlayStation branding. As if anyone who saw you using the device with the PS4 needed to see an enormous “PlayStation” logo on the headstrap. But it helps differentiate it from the typical Rift headset.
All said and done, Oculus Rift will perhaps be commercially available next year while the PS4 goes on sale this Holiday season. So we’ll only see the effects of VR support in PS4 games in the next 3-4 years.