Sony ran a panel today at Paris Games Week to show off some of the latest updates for the upcoming PlayStation VR headset, previously known as Project Morpheus. The panel featured Shuhei Yoshida (President, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios), Anton Mikhailov (Senior Programmer, Media Molecule), Dave Ranyard (London Studio Director, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe), Simon Harris (Executive Producer, Supermassive Games), Piers Jackson (Game Director and Studio Manager, Guerilla Cambridge), and Cevat Yerli (Founder, Crytek).
The panel was filled with new video footage upcoming games, game demos, and even a major first party announcement from Sony. Guerilla Games Cambridge showed off a new trailer for their upcoming shooter RIGS.
Sony followed up with the announcement that they will be bringing the Until Dawn franchise to PlayStation VR as Until Dawn: Rush of Blood. Cevat Yerli then brought out the dinosaur packed game Robinson: The Journey to demonstrate parts of the game that was designed with PlayStation VR in mind.
Finally, the panel ended on a non-gaming note, with Shuhei Yoshida showing off the film The Walk.