Slightly Mad Studios has announced that its upcoming Project CARS will be compatible with PlayStation 4’s virtual reality (VR) headset, Project Morpheus. The developers confirmed as much on Steam, making the racing title one of the first to be confirmed for Sony Computer Entertainment’s (SCE) device. Support for the Oculus Rift VR headset on PC was also confirmed back in 2012.
“We think players are going to be blown away by Project Morpheus when they get their hands on it,” the announcement read. “Project CARS is all about stepping into the shoes of a race driver and taking that ultimate journey towards the hall of fame. Virtual reality and Project Morpheus are going to allow you to experience every start light, every corner, every finish line now through the driver’s eyes like never before.
Project CARS is currently in development for PC, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U. The development team’s previous work include the likes of the Need For Speed: Shift titles. It is a racing simulation title with realistic physics. It also happens to be one of the first tiles to be confirmed for SCE’s Project Morpheus outside of last week’s Game Developers Conference, where CCP Games announced that its EVE Valkyrie would also be compatible.
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