Jun 13, 2017
E3 2017: Sony teases virtual reality games
Sony has teased a string of new games for its PSVR virtual reality headset hardware ahead of the E3 video games show in Los Angeles. It contrasts sharply with rival Microsoft's announcements at E3 this year, which barely mentioned VR. Last week, Sony revealed that it has sold one million PSVR headsets to date, meaning there is already a sizeable market for new VR titles. "In 2017 it continues to be all about the games," said Shawn Layden, president and chief executive of of Sony Interactive Entertainment America, as he introduced the showcase. There was more footage of God of War - a highly anticipated action game, first teased at Sony's E3 event in 2016. Before the firm's main briefing got under way, it announced a new feature for PlayStation owners - PlayLink, which lets friends join gaming experiences via their smartphones.
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