Sony’s first set of 3D games – dubbed the ‘stereoscopic collection’ – is now available to download from the PlayStation Store, including titles like WipEout HD and Super Stardust HD. In a interview with CVG, UK PlayStation boss Ray Maguire confirmed that majority of first-party games will be 3D in the future.
The first confirmed triple-A title will be Killzone 3, which is set to arrive on shelves in 2011. Sony will show the game off at E3. Maguire said that Sony’s studios will now be expected to create more blockbusters in 3D – including God Of War.
“In time, yes. I think when you get to 2014 and beyond the majority of games will be 3D. You will be able to have backwards compatibility with 2D – as opposed to 3D being the exception.”
Sony has suggested that 40 per cent of households will have adopted a 3D TV by 2014.