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There's a whole lot of data that needs to be transferred between Project Morpheus and the PlayStation 4, so it's perhaps not surprising that the platform holder's committed to a wired connection for now. For those of you that haven't been following the latest news regarding Sony's snazzy headset, it will boast a high resolution OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. This, according to Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida, rules out wireless support for now.

Things could still change prior to the device's 2016 launch, of course, but the affable executive added that the hardware is now "pretty much done". It'll still be making lots of "tweaks and improvements" to the unit in the lead up to its launch, but you probably shouldn't expect any sweeping adjustments. The feedback on the actual technology has been pretty good during the Game Developers Conference this week, so now it needs to announce some actual games that support it.