EVE: Valkyrie was just one of the titles Sony demonstrated during its VR headset reveal at GDC last night, leaving many to wonder whether the previously announced exclusivity deal between CCP and Oculus Rift has been dissolved. However, that is not the case at all, according to a CCP spokesperson.
Earlier this year, it was announced CCP’s dogfighter title set in the EVE Online universe was to be co-published by Oculus Rift and serve as one of the VR headset’s launch titles.
Speaking with Shacknews, CCP said this deal only extended to the PC version, not the PlayStation 4 SKU.
"We partnered with Oculus VR to bring EVE: Valkyrie exclusively to the Oculus Rift on PC and we are thrilled to be working with Sony to bring EVE: Valkyrie to the PS4 with Project Morpheus," a CCP spokesperson stated.
EVE: Valkyrie, a 6v6 space dogfighting game set in the EVE universe, was announced as EVE-VR by CCP back in August of last year.