Sony just unveiled the newest version of the PlayStation VR headset. Since then, we have learned about the impending headset’s specifications and release date in the news. Sony unveiled a brand-new trailer that gives a deeper look at some of the PlayStation VR 2’s features.
Without a doubt, the PlayStation VR 2 headset is a rare species. With a frame rate of 90Hz/120Hz and a resolution of 4000 × 2040 HDR (2000 x 2040 each eye), this headset has 4K capabilities.
In order to further enhance immersion or to facilitate actions like choosing a weapon in games that support it, the headgear also has eye-tracking sensors that track your vision. Advanced foveated rendering techniques are also included with the PSVR2 to enhance the visual experience by altering resolutions to focus on and accentuate whatever you’re focusing on.
The headset’s wide 110o field of view and light, well-balanced Fresnel lens also enable you to play comfortably. You can adjust the distance between lenses using the lens adjustment dial to get the best onscreen image for your eyes. Additionally, the headset has vibration feedback.
Tempest 3D AudioTech is used by the PlayStation VR 2 headset to help in-game audio respond dynamically to your position and head motions. All of this comes with the convenient perk of only requiring one cable to function. One USB wire attached to the front of the PlayStation 5 is all that is required to get the headset to function.
Additionally, the PlayStation VR 2 Sense controllers offer special features of their own. They have sensors that can recognise finger touches, for starters. They also have adjustable triggers and haptic feedback to give you a genuinely immersive experience as you interact with the game worlds. In 2023, the PSVR2 will be released.