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    Sony: Over 20 remarkable games will be available when PlayStation VR2 launches

    According to a Sony investor presentation, the PlayStation VR2 headset will have over 20 “big” titles available at launch. While the identities and developers of all the games were not confirmed,

    The list will be made up of both first- and third-party titles, according to a slide, and will include the previously announced Horizon spinoff i.e. Horizon Call of the Mountain.

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    Song and PlayStation VR2

    As per the sources, Sony Interactive Entertainment president Jim Ryan said that there was a considerable amount of money being spent on partnerships with independent and other third-party developers to secure a considerable pipeline of attractive VR content at the launch of PlayStation VR2.

    Furthermore, we still don’t have an official launch date for Sony’s upcoming virtual reality headgear, which the corporation has been teasing for the past year and a half.

    In February 2021, Sony said that it was working on headgear and presented the architecture of its controllers the following month. It wasn’t until this year that the headset’s name, specifications, and design were officially disclosed. According to analyst predictions, the headset will be available next year.

    Sony: Over 20 remarkable games will be available when PlayStation VR2 launches
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    About the Other Games

    It’s unclear if these 20+ games include existing games like Half Life: Alyx, a significant PC-based virtual reality release scheduled for 2020 that has yet to be released on Sony’s system.

    Following the debut of Sony’s first virtual reality headset in 2016, the Playstation VR2 will be the company’s second virtual reality headset. Unlike the previous model, which was meant to function with the PlayStation 4, the new headset is intended to be a PS5 companion. It’ll have an OLED display with a resolution of 2000×2040 per eye, compatibility for frame rates up to 120Hz, and a single USB-C cable to connect to the console.

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