We're ready and waiting for Sony's E3 press conference later today, but for now you can get yourself amped up for its PlayStation 4 virtual reality initiative, Project Morpheus, with an early look by Wired. The big news? There are already more than 30 VR games in the works, according to Sony Worldwide Studio's Shuhei Yoshida. And while all of them won't be ready for launch, it sounds like Sony and its developer partners are making a concerted effort to push the VR experience forward. "You think everything's going to fall into one of four categories—sports, shooters, action, etc.—and that's not the case," said Adam Boyes, Sony's VP of developer relations. "Because developers have such great access to VR tools in general, they're just throwing everything at the wall." Project Morpheus is still expected to land early next year, and Sony reps say that the Morpheus headset will likely go for "several hundred dollars."