is following Facebook onto the mass-market virtual reality bandwagon, according to comments made by the firm's London studio boss.
Speaking with MCV, Dave Ranyard
says that Sony has worked "quite hard" on something called the social screen in concert with its Project Morpheus
VR headset, the former of which will attempt to link tablets or phones to a TV version of what the Morpheus user sees and thereby facilitate companion app play.
"The 1970s future vision of virtual reality was a very solo experience of people playing on their own, Ranyard says. "But actually it might not be that, it might be quite a social experience."