Taking place today at Moscone West, San Francisco, California, is Sony Computer Entertainments (SCEs) 2015 PlayStation Experience. At the event which runs over the weekend, the keynote speech has revealed new titles available for the PlayStation VR virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) for PlayStation 4, the newest being 100ft Robot Golf.
Developed by No Goblin, 100ft Robot Golf features giant robots playing golf. Whilst playing golf player can destroy the surroundings, featuring cities and the moon as a couple of locations. The robots can also fly adding extra abilities to help beat par. The title features solo, 4 player split screen and an online multiplayer mode.
First revealed all the way back in March 2014 under codename of Project Morpheus, the final version of the kit was unveiled a year later and the name PlayStation VR was given to it at the 2015 Tokyo Game Show (TGS). A full price and definitive release date has yet to be announced. The device boasts a 1080p OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. This can be used to ‘reproject’ titles that are running at 60fps natively on console in 120fps in-HMD. A 90Hz option is also available.
VRFocus will continue to bring you the latest announcements from the 2015 PlayStation Experience.