Feb 23 2014, 11:50am CST | by Ahmed Humayun
The PlayStation 4 virtual reality headset has been on the rumor side for quite some time now and it was speculated earlier that Sony might make an announcement for it at the CES but nothing of this sort happened. But a recent report claims that this virtual reality headset by Sony will make first appearance at GDC 2014.
We haven’t seen so much anticipation for any virtual headset apart from the Oculus Rift and people have already started associating virtual reality with the PS4 even though the headset hasn’t been released as yet. The rumors had been circulating Sony since the past one year and they all hinted towards Sony bringing up an enhanced experience for gamers with virtual reality.
Many of us might have heard of Ahsan Rasheed who is a well known industry insider and he has claimed to have some knowledge about the prototypes of these new headsets by Sony. Unfortunately we can’t get the details on this one because apparently he isn’t allowed to share any such information about the features or the specs but all we can manage to know from what he said is that the headset is going to turn out to be amazing.
TechRadar can be considered the most reliable source at this point of time and its report suggests that Sony will be making an announcement at the GDC event 2014 which is going to take place in San Francisco.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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