At the recent launch of PlayStation VR Sony mentioned a cinematic mode that would let you watch films, and play standard PS4 games, on a massive virtual screen projected in the headset.
“We believe that’s a really important part of the entertainment experience that PS VR has to deliver,” aid Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida. “We are working with potential partners in that area, we’re just not ready to announce who will bring their apps to PS VR yet. We will do that soon before the launch.”
When asked if he thought Netflix, which is currently available on Samsung’s Gear VR device, would come to PlayStation VR he replied “Oh yes, absolutely.”
Yoshida also revealed that he thought some of the 50 launch window titles may slip in to next year.
“It’s a bit too many, possibly – but some games will be pushed out [of that window],” he said. “What I’d really like to see, seriously, is that six months to a year after the launch, the developers who invested in making great VR games are able to recoup their investment and continue making new games. That’s the biggest test we have to pass.”
Source: Digital Spy