Just hours after a critic suggested that Sony's PSVR effect would soon be going into mass production in China, the Japanese tech mammoth has officially verified at CES 2022 that it's coming- word virtual reality headset is indeed on the way, and it's kindly predictably called PlayStation VR2.
The headset also appertained to as PSVR 2, will debut alongside the company's new PlayStation VR2 Sense regulator, which is easily inspired by the likes of the Oculus Touch.
Important like the PS5's excellent DualSense regulator, Sony's new VR2 Sense regulator will also boast haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.
In addition to the new headset and regulator, Sony also blazoned Horizon Call of the Mountain, a VR spin-off of its extremely popular PlayStation-exclusive Horizon series, which is being developed by Guerrilla Games and Fire sprite. You can check out the teaser caravan for Horizon Call of the Mountain below.
While Sony didn't reveal the PSVR 2 headset itself, the company did go into some detail regarding the device's specs on its PlayStation Blog.
Druggies can anticipate the PSVR 2 to boast OLED displays with a resolution of 2000 x 2040 per eye, which is a nearly four-fold enhancement on the original's 1080p affair. The PSVR 2's erected-in headphones will also take advantage of Sony's 3D Audio technology.
Also, the PSVR 2 will be able of 90Hz and 120Hz refresh rates with a 110- degree field of view. The headset will also feature erected-in six-axis stir seeing (three-axis gyroscope, three-axis accelerometer), along with an IR propinquity detector.
Controller shadowing will be handled by four cameras on the headset itself, while an IR camera will give eye-shadowing per eye. To make effects a little more immersive, the PSVR 2 headset will also support vibration feedback.
Sony has yet to offer pricing or release date information for the PlayStation VR 2, still, Elderly Vice President of Platform Experience Hideaki Nishino promises this advertisement is" only a taste of effects to come".
And, unlike the original PSVR, Sony promises that the PSVR 2 will have an important simpler setup process, with only a single string to be connected directly to the PS5 press.