More than 100 titles are heading to PlayStation VR

During an interview with the BBC during CES 2016, Sony boss Kaz Hirai stated that the company currently has 200 developers working in the PlayStation VR program.

The company claims to be working on 100 titles that will be compatible with virtual reality headsets, which in his opinion is proof that the community consoles have been listening to content creation. Sony promises to continue supporting PS VR “after its launch later this year.”

A recent research from Super Data Research indicates that PlayStation VR could be priced between $400 and $600, so it is likely to be cheaper and have even more support than Oculus Rift, which will launch in March for $599.


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