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Stereoscopic 3D Available Tomorrow |

Well, yesterday, Sony announced that there was going to be some PSN maintenance today, but said it was regularly scheduled maintenance, but then, today, they announced that stereoscopic 3D support will be available tomorrow.

But what I was surprised to find out was that most of us already have the firmware installed for it (the firmware that was released last April), so maybe it is just regular maintenance. Anyway, this comes with the announcement from Sony’s Bravia division stating that their 3D televisions are available for pre-sale and will reach retailers later this month.

There will be games and demos available to use the 3D support; of which include:

  • WipeoutHD
  • Super Stardust HD
  • PAIN
  • MotorStorm: Pacific Rift (demo)

And better yet, they’re all free (if you buy a 3D-capable Bravia, which come with the vouchers). Oh, and remember that fighting game for the Move, The Fight: Lights Out? Yeah, that will have stereoscopic 3D as well.


  • Darrin

    Good News: From an official Sony comment response on the PS blog, the PS3 3D will work with non-Sony 3D TVs (like Panasonic).
    Bad News: It sounds like only the demo to Motorstorm PR will have 3D. There is no mention of the full game getting 3D functionality patched in.

    I’m excited. I’d like to see full Motorstorm PR support (that game is still awesome) or some more games, but I’m still very excited.

  • Legion213

    Oh boy! I wonder how many people are actually able to take advantage of this amazing technology. /sarcasm