Sony will demo Project Morpheus VR headset at GameStop Expo 2015 for the first time

By MoneyTimes

Jul 20, 2015 06:44 PM EDT

When Sony unveiled the Project Morpheus VR headset at E3, IT enthusiasts and gamers are keeping their eyes on it, particularly when they announced that it will be getting its way on 2016. Now Sony will allow the public to experience the most awaited VR headset on GameStop Expo 2015 for the first time.

Bidness Etcetera confirmed that Sony teamed up with GameStop for the fans to try it in the event.

Eric Bright, director of merchandising at GameStop encourages the attendees to check it out as a vast selection of game demos from Sony will be presented, "Having experienced virtual reality with Project Morpheus at E3 this year, I can confidently say that this is something that truly must be seen to be believed. We are excited to bring this innovative product to our EXPO, so that our fans can be one of the first to experience virtual reality."

As stated on the official site, GameStop Expo 2015will be held at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas on Wednesday, September 2. Other game demos and game stations will also be in the event including Nintendo, Warner Bros, Microsoft, Activision Blizzard, Electronic Arts and Take-Two. Tickets can be availed on the event's official website at $40 for general admission and $110 for VIPs. Student pass will be accessible on the venue at 3 p.m.

Facebook, Sony and HTC have developed VR headsets for us to experience the virtual reality future. However, a review from Mashable testified that the Project Morpheus is much lighter and more comfortable to use granting that it has a larger viewing area than Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

Be that as it may, the new VR headsets are far away from previous VR models. They now feature a simpler navigation and cutting edge games. Moreso, these virtual reality devices are much safer in the eyes.

Project Morpheus is set to release in 2016.

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