What is the mysterious Project Morpheus for PS4?

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The PS4 almost on top

The PS4 sales figure is enough to make you dizzy. With 116 million units sold, the console is the fourth best-selling machine in history, behind the Game Boy, Nintendo DS and PS2, considered the best console of all time. A deserved performance in light of the high-quality titles released on PS4.

It’s hard to say whether the PS5, which will likely be in stockouts until 2022, will at least be able to do so as well. Even if Sony seems to be slowly turning the page on PS4, the console still has a bright future ahead of it, despite its almost 8 years of existence. Surprisingly, even after all this time, the rich history of the PS4 still hides some secrets. Including one, called “Project Morpheus”.

Project Morpheus, an object now known to all

No, it has nothing to do with the famous character from The Matrix. On March 19, 2014, at GDC San Francisco, Sony officially unveiled Project Morpheus. At the time, Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios, said that the company had been working on the project for three years.

During the Tokyo Game Show on September 15, 2015, Sony changed the codename Project Morpheus to the surname everyone knows today: PlayStation VR. Today, the PSVR has more than 5 million copies sold worldwide. Resident Evil 7 is arguably Sony’s best headphone champion. VR fans are always looking forward to PSVR 2 for PS5.

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