PlayStation VR2 improves upon everything the original PSVR brought to the table. Not only hoping to be the most approachable VR solution on the market, but also adding some incredible features that makes it stand out amongst the crowd. With some truly interesting games exclusive to the system, the PSVR2 is set to be a smash success when it eventually launches.
With finger touch detection, you can interact with VR worlds without actually pressing a button. Designed to be as comfortable and natural to use when in VR, the PSVR2 Sense controllers are perfect for any VR experience. Adaptive triggers and haptic feedback give you a more detailed sense of immersion and ensure that you'll never be pulled out of the action.
While we still don't know when PSVR2 is launching, we do already have a handful of games to look forward to. From completely new experiences to VR additions to popular games, the future is bright for PSVR2.
Throwing you into the breathtaking world of the Horizon franchise, Call of the Mountain looks to be an unforgettable PSVR2 game. Fight terrifyingly dangerous robots in first-person, take deadly aim with your bow, and scale dizzying mountains over the course of your adventure. Horizon: Call of the Mountain looks incredible, and it's clear Sony are bagging on it being the centrepiece of the PSVR2's launch.
If you ask any VR fan, they'll likely tell you that The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners is one of the best VR games available. Enhanced for PSVR2, the expansion for this smashing zombie game is hoping to light things up on the soon-to-be-released VR headset. Fight back zombies and survivors alike, make difficult decisions and do whatever you can to survive in this unforgiving world.
Following the succes of Resident Evil VII's VR mode, Capcom will be allowing you to play the newest franchise entry in virtual reality as well. Built with PSVR2 in mind, you'll finally be able to take in Lady Dimitrescu's intimidating height and get hunted by all sorts of supernatural suspects - if that's what you're into. The village is waiting, and you can visit as soon as PSVR2 launches.
PlayStation VR2 takes what the original PSVR did well and only improves upon it. Implementing the newest VR technology, PSVR2 stands tall and provides a unique gaming experience. Get ready to play like you never have before.
The easiest VR to set up, all you need is a PS5 and you're ready to go.
Just like its predecessor, to use the PSVR2, all you have to do is plug in your headset into your PS5 and let the experience begin. Unlike typical VR set ups, there's no need to worry about the hardware or software complications. Plug, play, and dive into fantastical worlds.
Unlike the original PSVR, the PSVR2 doesn't need an external camera to help with tracking. It has cameras on the headset itself, which allows it to track the movement of your head with precision. Not only that, but the PSVR2 also tracks your eyes which means you can interact with the virtual world by just looking at objects in the game. Mixing both these features together gives you a completey immersive experience.
The PSVR2 headset contains a small motor that is enabled to immerse you further into the virtual world. This allows you to feel your character's pulse, or physically shake you when an explosion is near. Jump scares will never be the same.
PSVR2's audio technology allows you to hear detailed and realistic audio. The position of sounds change based on how you move your head and how close your are to the source. Explosions rumble in the distance, ghosts whisper in your ears. From sight to sound, you'll be drenched in everything PSVR2 games have to offer.
|Panel resolution:||2000 x 2040 per eye|
|Refresh rate:||120Hz, 90Hz|
|Field of view:||Approx. 110 degrees|
|Sensors:||Motion sensor: Six-axis motion sensing system (three-axis gyroscope, three-axis accelerometer) Attachment sensor: IR proximity sensor|
|Connection interface:||USB Type-C|
|Cameras||4 embedded cameras for headset and controller tracking IR camera for eye tracking per eye|
|Feedback||Vibration on headset|
|Audio||Input: Built-in microphone Output: Stereo headphone jack|
PSVR2 has now had its price and release date announced and is starting from the price of £529.99, so it is actually more expensive than the PS5 console itself. PSVR2 is releasing on February 22nd 2023 and you can currently register direct from PlayStation to pre-order. No other retailers yet have PSVR2 we think this will be much closer to release.
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