Monday’s late night Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) briefing at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles showcased many new videogame projects. Especially for Sony’s Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD). One of the videogames that was seen only briefly in the presentation was Headmaster.
Now it has been confirmed that the videogame by developers Frame Interactive will be coming to Project Morpheus as an exclusive, aiming to release as a launch title.
A football/soccer skills experience, your role in the videogame is of a player trying to improve their skills in order to stake save their place in the squad, having been sent to the ‘Football Improvement Centre’ after failing a number of contractually based benchmarks. Tasks include traditional football skills tests as well as more unusual mini-games based on funfair or carnival sideshow games.
VRFocus will be bringing you more news and updates on Headmaster and other Project Morpheus titles as we get them .