PlayStation Confirmed Instagram Last night, PlayStation VR2 will launch in early 2023. That marks a six-year gap since the original PS VR was released in 2016. This VR set was only compatible with PS4 and PS5 consoles and used an adapter, while VR2 will only work with PlayStation consoles. 5 with one USB cable.
VR2 was announced in January, and we got First look at a virtual reality set One month later in February. This first look presented users with a headset that looks similar to the previous model, but also has some new features, such as a lens adjustment dial and a new vent design that will improve airflow and keep the headset cool. The headset is also thinner than the previous model.
“Our goal is to create a headset that will not only become an inviting part of your living room décor, but will also keep you immersed in your game world, to the point where you almost forget you’re using a headset or a console,” PlayStation Senior Vice President Hideaki Nishino wrote in a Latest blog July.
We also took a look at a profile VR2 User Experience in July. This update exposes the visibility through the use of headset cameras. Alternately, you can also set up a “dedicated play area,” which means VR2 will scan your space and set play area boundaries to prevent you from tripping over your sofa (via a notification). For the streaming devices out there, the update also mentioned a streaming feature, so you can film yourself while playing games.
In an effort to make you forget you’re using a headset or controller, VP Nishimo writes, VR2 promises OLED screens, which are 22040 x 000 resolution per eye, 90/120Hz refresh rate options.
There are currently twenty PS VR2 games in development, according to PlayStation website. These games include the exclusive PS VR2 The call of the horizon from the mountain As well as ports Resident Evil Village, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners – Chapter Two: Retribution, And the No Man’s Sky. The price of VR2 is still unknown.
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