Sony has announced that it will release a 24-inch 3D-enabled television to promote 3D gaming at home. They made this announcement at the press conference at Electronic Entertainment Expo in LA (Los Angeles).
This equipment however will cost $500 on top of the actual PlayStation 3 console. The bundle includes a pair of 3D glasses — which cost $69.99 when purchased on their own — a 3D-enabled television and an HDMI cable. It will also come with Resistance 3, one of the titles debuted at E3 this year that the company expects will be critical for making 3D gaming more popular in living rooms and dorm rooms everywhere.
Resistance 3 will have a new feature for 3D televisions that will get rid of split-screen gaming and make two players see two different screens when looking at the same television if they are wearing the Sony’s 3D glasses. That will remove a lot of headaches that split-screen gaming brings on board — mainly having only half of a screen to play a game on.