|Sony FAQs 3D Display, releasing in US November 13th for $499|
|Posted: 20.10.2011 13:02 by Simon Priest||Comments: 0|
The 3D Display TV unit that Sony showcased at E3 will be releasing in the US November 13th, with pre-orders getting a copy of Motorstorm Apocalypse.
Those who pre-ordered before October 1st also get Resistance 3. Not only does it provide 3D viewing but also allows co-op without needing to split-screen.
In the box you get the 3D Display, a pair of 3D glasses, MotorStorm Apocalypse, and a HDMI cable. It's got a MSRP of $499.99. "All you need to do is hook up your PS3 system and you’re ready to go," informs the .
You can of course opt to just watch movies and play games in 2D. For those who enjoy some couch co-op with friends, owning two pairs of 3D glasses will let each player enjoy the full screen by separating the two fields needed to experience 3D objects.
"This special two-player feature is unique to the 3D Display in that it significantly enhances two-player mode in select games. Ordinarily, two-player mode is played in split-screen format. With this unique two-player feature, each player gets their own full (2D) HD screen while wearing the 3D Glasses for the 3D Display," explains the 3D Display FAQ.
To find out more about the fancy Sony unit check out the . Unfortunately it seems the price in the UK will be £500 which is approximately $815. It seems Britain will be denied any bundled games as well with no pre-order incentives.
No European date for the 3D Display has been announced yet.