With both Microsoft and Sony significant investing time and money at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), as well as the continued promotion of both the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) and it was only natural that a number of big name studios also tipped their hand in regards to their support, through full videogame projects or demos, technical or otherwise.
One such major studio is Street Fighter developer Capcom, who today sent out a press release for Kitchen, a virtual reality (VR) tech demo showcasing Capcom’s as yet unnamed new game engine. One that the developer says ‘pushes boundaries of virtual game play possibilities’.
Morpheus users will enter a new immersive world as they journey through a ‘disturbing’ kitchen, with realistic 1080p visuals at 60 frames per second. The engine, it is also noted, is capable of using Project Morpheus’ ‘increased 120 frames per second output’. E3 attendees can find Kitchen at booth #4144 in Sony Computer Entertainment’s area in West Hall.
Stay with us at VRFocus throughout the week as we continue to bring you all the news and developments on Project Morpheus.