Introducing PlayStation®Flow

Take your PS4 gameplay experience to a deeper level.


Happy April Fools’ Day!

Although PlayStation Flow is an exciting prospect, it’s not actually in development. But Project Morpheus, the virtual reality headset set to deliver unparalleled gaming experiences, is very real indeed. It’s due to launch during the first half of 2016 – look out for news of it from E3 2015.


Your chance to win

Celebrate PlayStation innovation at E3

For 20 years, PlayStation has broken new ground, pushed boundaries and made waves. Because PlayStation is innovation. And with the world’s most powerful console, PS4, and Project Morpheus set to take centre stage at E3 2015, we’re giving you the chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to get hands – and face – on with the future of virtual reality at the show in Los Angeles

Welcome to the future of play. See you at the cutting edge.


Check out our latest innovation

The future of virtual reality

The latest Project Morpheus prototype delivers an improved visual experience and increased tracking accuracy, as well as:

  • OLED display: Enjoy an expanded field of view and crystal clear action without any motion blur on a 5.7-inch, 1920 x RGB x 1080 resolution display.
  • 120 frames per second: A high refresh rate of 120hz means incredibly smooth visuals.
  • Super low latency: Latency is critical to creating a sense of presence within a game, and at 18ms, you’ll get a comfortable, immersive virtual reality experience.

Behind the scenes

How we unveiled PlayStation Flow


Underwater gaming on PS4

A watershed moment in wearable tech

Get ready to make a splash with PlayStation Flow, the latest innovation from the PlayStation Wearable Entertainment Technology division. PlayStation Flow lets you dive into a fully immersive experience that combines gaming with real life swimming.

When you get to a swimming section of a game like The Last of Us Remastered, simply pause the action, head to your nearest pool, dive in and resume playing once you’re in the water.


A closer look

How PlayStation Flow works

PlayStation Flow Goggles

The LCD head-mounted goggles download game data from your PlayStation 4 via Bluetooth technology. Once you’re in the water, tap the PS button on the goggles to connect to your PS4 and view gameplay.

Waterproof earphones help you hear the action in stunning detail even underwater.

PlayStation Flow Sensors

Slip these onto your thighs and biceps to allow your movements to be tracked above and below the water’s surface. Real-time updates are then sent back to your PS4 via Remote Play.

PlayStation Flow Body Dryer

Dry off in seconds thanks to ionizing technology that accelerates moisture away from your body.

Component: Processor unit, head-mounted unit (inc. goggles), sensors, waterproof earphones, bo-dy dryer
Display method: LCD
Resolution: 1920xRGBx1080 (960xRGBx180 per eye)
Sensors: Accelerometer, gyroscope
Function: Field vision, 3D audio, Social Screen, Liquid Undulation Tracking, Water Elimination To-ol
PlayStation Flow Goggles:
  • Length: 5.5cm
  • Circumference: 33cm
  • Approx. weight: 110g
PlayStation Flow Thigh Sensors:
  • Length: 13cm
  • Adjustable circumference: 40 - 58cm
  • Approx. weight: 130g
PlayStation Flow Bicep Sensors
  • Length: 10cm
  • Adjustable circumference: 28 - 46cm
  • Approx. weight: 60g
PlayStation Flow Body Dryer
  • Dimensions: 45cm x 47cm x 5cm (Length x Width x Depth)
  • Weight: 3.2kg*
*Prototype weight. The PlayStation Wearable Entertainment Technology division is researching advanced materials to reduce this figure.