While Sony has confirmed that Project Morpheus will be out during the “first half of 2016,” it seems the company still doesn’t know when that exact time will be just yet.
In an interview at E3, Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida was asked about the virtual reality device, why the publisher didn’t focus too much on it at its press conference, and of course, the Project Morpheus release date.
According to Yoshida, the reason why they didn’t spend a lot of time taking about Morpheus during Sony’s E3 2015 press conference was due to the fans.
When we spend more than two minutes on anything other than core gamers games, [people] hate it.
While Yoshida states that the Morpheus initiative is “going very, very well,” he does admit that there are a few things about the device Sony isn’t decided on just yet.
The hardware is on schedule. Lots of games are being created. Some we are showing will hit the launch date that we haven’t decided as of yet. So it’s going really well.
You can check out the full video interview with Yoshida right here.
When do you think Project Morpheus will be available in 2016? And does it even matter?