Mere days before the beginning of E3, the world's biggest video game trade show, Sony has announced that 3 downloadable PS3 games will receive updates tomorrow, making them the first stereoscopic 3D games ever.
Wipeout HD, Super Stardust HD, and PAIN will all receive cataclysmic updates tomorrow, and Sony will also release a 3D tech demo of Motorstorm: Pacific Rift, the first full, packaged PS3 game slated for a 3D makeover.
PS3 users all over the US got a firmware update in April that makes 3D gaming possible, but it's not until now that content will actually be available. As an aside, the PS3 is still compatible with the Blu-ray 3D standard, but that will come with a future update.
In addition to confirming tomorrow's update, Sony also announced today that one of the first PS3 games to launch with 3D capabilities will be The Fight: Lights Out, a motion-based fighting game that will also be a flagship title for Sony's upcoming Playstation Move controller.
Sony has previously stated that the 3 downloadable game updates will be free, so those who have already purchased Wipeout, Stardust, or PAIN will not need to pay anything (and the prices for those who haven't purchased them will remain the same).
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