Sony has announced launch details for PlayStation 3's early stereoscopic 3D line-up.

As with Japan, 3D versions of WipEout HD, Super Stardust HD and PAIN will be made available tomorrow, 10th June, along with a single-level 3D demo of MotorStorm: Pacific Rift.

The stereoscopic 3D Collection will cost 23.99 / 29.99 new on PlayStation Network, or comes free with any new Sony Bravia 3D TV. Existing owners of the above games can download 3D patches for free.

Obviously you'll need a TV capable of stereoscopic 3D to play any of them.

"PlayStation has always been about outstanding entertainment. The stereoscopic 3D Collection showcases the depth of technology behind PS3 and gives us a feel for the potential for future releases," said Andrew House, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.

"Stereoscopic 3D technology coupled with the likes of PlayStation Move motion controller allows us to create an ever more compelling, realistic and immersive experience.

"Add to that our online capabilities, community interaction features, our film and music services and you've got a very exciting proposition for the future of home entertainment."

Sony released a firmware update for PS3 that introduced 3D support in late April.

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