We have hit the end of day two (proper) of this year’s Electronic Enteratainment Expo (E3) at the time of writng and as usual there has been a smorgasbord of trailers, art and screenshots. There’s still plenty to go through as well and whilst we at VRFocus have already previewed the Bethesda Softworks trinity of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, DOOM VFR, and Fallout 4 as well as other titles like Moss there’s also still plenty to discuss as well.
One videogame title that is set to include virtual reality (VR) features, but has not discussed it that much is PlayStation 4’s Gran Turismo Sport. Which of course is being supported by the PlayStation VR. Whilst there’s been discussions about the new racing wheel created by Thrustmaster in partnership with the videogame. The developers themselves have said very little with a lot of the racing spotlight arguably taken by its rival Forza.
Perhaps however this is because they would much rather the game did the talking. Which may explain when it come to Gran Turismo Sport Sony’s media release plesantly featured enough b-roll footage to shoot a small documentary and many, many screenshots. So from Dragon Trail to Blue Moon Bay and from the Nürburgring to in-game menus here is every single one in that pack.
VRFocus will be back with more news, features, previews and interviews from E3 throughout the rest of the week.