Project Morpheus Launch Will Have “A Good Number of Games,” Thinks Shuhei Yoshida

March 9, 2015 Written by Jason Dunning

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Scheduled for release in the first half of 2016, we’re roughly a year away from Project Morpheus officially hitting store shelves.

As Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida told Game Informer, you won’t have to worry about a shortage of games right off the bat. “In terms of numbers,” he says, “I think we will have quite a good number of games at launch, because they are already in development.”

Adding that the “important thing is how compelling these experiences are,” Yoshida also mentions they haven’t shown the “real games” yet, and have only given us glimpses of demos.

While he yet again shied away from telling us exactly who is working on Morpheus games right now, he does mention that we’ll learn about parts of the launch line-up at E3 2015 in June:

Many teams are working on games – some of them we are trying to show at E3, and probably third parties as well, because we don’t have the kit to provide to many teams, including our own teams as of yet. We will start to do that in late April or May, just in time for E3. So at E3, you will be able to see not entire lineups, but parts of lineups that are coming. And then you can make your own judgment. I’m pretty excited for it.

How many titles would you like to see launch alongside Morpheus next year?

[Source: Game Informer]