Sony is giving gamers another reason to pick the PS4 over the Xbox One.

The company just announced a virtual reality headset for the next-gen console at this year’s annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Called Project Morpheus, the black and white headpiece looks way slicker than the Oculus Rift virtual headset we’ve tried out in the past.

Here’s a look at the prototype:

Sony’s new VR device is called Project Morpheus. It is to be demo’d tomorrow. Can’t wait for more details.

— Boogie2988 (@Boogie2988) March 19, 2014

“Project Morpheus”: a Virtual Reality device for PS4. We’re seeing it now: looks sleek and futuristic, black and white with blue highlights

— PlayStation (@PlayStation) March 19, 2014

Check out a photo of “Project Morpheus.” Pretty cool, huh?

— PlayStation (@PlayStation) March 19, 2014

That’s a wrap! Here’s another photo of Project Morpheus, PlayStation’s new VR prototype

— PlayStation (@PlayStation) March 19, 2014

IGN reports the prototype will be available to developers to start creating games soon.

The headset will interact with Sony’s camera and Move technologies.

Microsoft — For more information read the original article here.    

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