The Sony PlayStation TV and much more.
Sony’s E3 press conference on Monday outlined some upcoming AAA titles and indie game productions teasing some future PlayStation features; The PlayStation TV, PlayStation Now, and Project Morpheus.
The PlayStation TV is set to make its way to North America and Europe in the autumn, priced at €99. The device will enable users to stream videos, older PlayStation titles and games for the company’s handheld PlayStation Vita system to any TV. In addition to the device will let PS4 players send the action to a second TV.
The PlayStation Vita TV was released in Japan last year, and will be rebranded as the PS TV in the U.S. There is also talk of a limited edition that will include a DualShock 3 gamepad and a copy of the Lego Movie game.
Moving on, the PlayStation Now is a video game streaming system that Sony is set to unveil. It will provide support to the PS TV enabling its earlier mentioned streaming of previous generation games to the PS 4. Sony says that initially the service will only be available on the PS 4 and only play games only as far back as the PS3, but with plans to expand.
Further still, Sony demonstrated Project Morpheus, a virtual reality headset that will not be available for at least a year. There was also no info regarding price or exact availability for users.
To top it all off there were a flurry of game demonstrations, key among them the LittleBigPlanet, where they announced the third installment of the game.