Big Planet Games, a video game studio with offices in Texas and the Philippines, has shared what appears to be the first real image of the PlayStation VR2 via Twitter. Although Sony had previously shown the design of the device; today is the first time we see him in “flesh and bone”, and not in a render.
Has the studio inadvertently broken a confidentiality agreement? well it seems not.
According to the official response from the studio, the confidentiality agreement between the company and Sony would have ended half a year behind. This is confirmed in the message, ensuring that “If we had released this photo 6 months ago, you would be right.”
Of course, it is strange that, at the time of writing this note, the tweet referring to the PlayStation VR2 has since been deleted. After this action, the company did not comment on it again. But by entering his profile you can appreciate his responses to the publication of the image.
As for the physical appearance of the PlayStation VR2, it seems that the renders published by Sony have not received any modifications. The white body of the device is clearly visible, the four front cameras; as well as the black color that they have used to accentuate the internal areas of the controls and the viewfinder.
More details surrounding the PlayStation VR2
The headset controls have been dubbed by Sony as the PlayStation VR2 Sense, a nod to the PS5 DualSense. This of course confirms that they will have haptic technology very similar to that of the console controller
In fact, Sony already describes them on its website as a “new and unique” way to interact with virtual worlds. All this thanks to “haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, precision tracking and finger touch detection”.
Furthermore, the image seems to reveal that the PlayStation VR2 will be smaller in size
According to Sony, there will be more than 20 games waiting for the launch of PlayStation VR2. If it turns out to be true and more titles continue to be added on a regular basis, the device could become one of the safest bets for the future of video games.
for now, we do not know the official release date of PlayStation VR2. However, the famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that he could see the light during the first quarter of 2023.
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