Sony believes that PlayStation VR, Vive and Oculus should join forces
"We are all in this together, we must help each other so that there is interest in virtual reality."
Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony World Wide Studios, has spoken with the portal The Verge about what he himself defines as something similar to a common front between all the manufacturers that advocate for virtual reality to popularize these types of experiences.
"We are all in this together to help each other, and get people interested and excited and end up becoming fans of virtual reality," Yoshida explained about PlayStation VR, Vive and Oculus Rift. "Every time one of the three companies does an event and attracts people to try this type of entertainment, we help more people get closer to VR."
"Not everything has to start with PS VR. Someone can start with HTC Vive and if they get excited about virtual reality that's great for all of us, that's how we see it, "said the executive, who does not seem concerned that his peripheral is the last to come out. sale. "The consumer versions of Oculus and Vive will come out before us, and more and more people will try them, that's good for everyone. I am delighted that they are coming out in the next few weeks, that will be good for us. It will help us. Seriously, is it surprising to hear that? "