The PlayStation VR 2 It was a novelty again in the last hours. Apparently, Sony would have revealed details about the new version of its virtual reality headset in a private conference with developers. In addition to mentioning some of the alleged characteristics of the device, the company would have expressed its intention to ensure you have support for the most important games to hit the market.
The news came to light through a video of PSVR Without Parole
In addition, the gadget it would offer a field of view of 110 degrees. This would imply an interesting improvement compared to the one provided by the original PlayStation VR, which is 100. On the other hand, Sony would adopt a flexible system to scale the resolution that would work together with eye tracking. In this way, it would seek to improve the performance of the console and the virtual reality helmet, since would render only what is being looked at
PlayStation VR support on all major PS5 releases?
As Sony’s conference would have been with developers, the focus would also have been on video games. The company’s intention would be to ensure that top-tier titles – known as AAA – have support for the PlayStation VR 2.
What’s more, the intention would be for all future major releases for PS5 to be compatible with the next generation of the virtual reality headset. In fact, the players they could choose which version of the game they want to download (for TV or VR) when purchasing a title.
What is not yet known is whether the new PlayStation VR would be compatible with previous games that were optimized for the first version of the device.
More features on the way
Returning to the technical section of the next generation of the virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 5, the controls reappeared on the scene. The controllers would reportedly include capacitive touch sensors for the thumb, index and middle fingers.
They would detect if the player touches the buttons, but they would also identify how far your fingers would be when you don’t. To this must be added the dynamic adaptive triggers and haptic feedback, characteristics that would inherit from the DualSense controller.
For now, we must keep waiting to see the new version of PlayStation VR on the market. Existing reports mention that the device would only see the light at the end of 2022.