Sony has been working on its Project Morpheus virtual reality headset for quite some time now and while the company still won’t say how much the device will cost and when it will arrive, it’s going to let GameStop expo attendees take it for a spin. This is going to be one of those rare occasions for gamers to try and get their hands on their virtual reality headset and see how Sony is doing in this rather crowded market.

Recently the company said that it’s too soon to talk about pricing for the headset, and is adamant about not confirming a release date at this point in time.

In a press release GameStop has announced that Sony’s Project Morpheus virtual reality headset is going to be playable for GameStop Expo attendees, the expo is going to take place on September 2nd in Las Vegas.

According to the press release the headset will be aided with a large collection of game demos and game stations so gamers will get a good enough opportunity to see what the fuss is all about.

GameStop Expo registrations are currently open, general admission passes are priced at $40 and limited VIP passes can be purchased for $110. During the afternoon of September 2nd student passes will be available on site for $20.

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