The first day of San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) is officially underway and while the event will mainly cover the latest movies and TV shows, virtual reality (VR) technology isn’t missing out. As already confirmed, Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) has brought its Project Morpheus head-mounted display (HMD) to the event for what seems to be the first public showing of the new version of the device following its reveal last March. For those interested in checking out PlayStation 4 VR, the line-up of videogames on display at the PlayStation Booth has now been revealed.
SCE appears to have brought some of the experiences that made their debut at E3 last month back to California for SDCC. Namely, indie developer Frame Interactive’s football-based experience, Headmaster, is at the show, allowing players to test their skills by scoring goals with a ball with their head. Kokoromi’s intriguing VR puzzle title, Superhypercube, is also on display for fans to sample.
In terms for first-party content, SCE has brought the full experience of London Studio’s London Heist to the event. This popular tech demo pits players in the middle of a bank heist, allowing them to use the PlayStation Move motion controllers to fire a gun among other things. It consists of two main parts, both of which can be experienced on the show floor.
There’s plenty for VR action for fans to check out at SDCC, then. SCE will also be featuring on a VR panel talking about its anticipated kit. VRFocus itself is at the show to bring you the latest VR updates.