Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida: It is “too early” to talk about Project Morpheus price
During the course of a recent interview with GamesIndustry, Sony's PlayStation Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida said that it is "too early" to commit to a price for the company's Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) headset.
With Sony planning to launch Project Morpheus VR headset on the PlayStation 4 gaming console sometime before July in 2016, Yoshida said that the company still needs to do a lot of work on the device before bringing it to the market.
Highlighting the fact that Project Morpheus VR headset will be launched next year, Yoshida told GamesIndustry during the interview that Sony typically does not talk about product pricing one year ahead of time; and added that "it's too early" to discuss the price points of the VR headset.
Yoshida further elaborated that the Project Morpheus-related work which Sony still has to undertake makes it difficult for the company to specifically estimate what the cost of the device's technological components would be.
Meanwhile, according to a Game Zone report, Sony is unwilling to talk about the expected price of its Project Morpheus VR headset as yet because it is apparently building the device to have the best specifications possible.
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