Sony verified that they are working on a next-generation VR device, but little else has been said about it except for some information on the latest controllers that will accompany it. Fortunately, several fresh information may have surfaced as a result of a Sony developer conference that was supposedly happened recently. During the summit, Sony reportedly revealed new details about PSVR 2, which were discussed in a clip posted by PSVR Without Parole.
NGVR (Next-Generation Virtual Reality)
|4K HDR display.|
|OLED screens with a resolution of 2000 x 2040 per eye are possible thanks to a Fresnel lens.|
|Flexible scaling and foveated rendering are part of FSR (FidelityFX Super Resolution). This will help keep the PS5’s resources under control.|
|The FOV is 110 degrees, up 10 degrees from the first PSVR version and 20 degrees more than the Oculus Quest 2.|
|Haptics in the headset will reduce Motion Sickness.|
Release Date + New Leaks
- Backward compatibility for the PSVR headset does not appear to be part of the plan, though Sony is probably to remaster several more key titles. Besides that, it appears that the new headset will be out in early 2022. Many players expect the NGVR to come out by January or February.
- Sony is also attempting to move aside from the VR experiences that are prevalent with the current headset with the PSVR 2, focusing instead on AAA titles that could be played both with and without VR. Some distinctive PSVR games may be back for the next-generation headset as well.
- Sony intends to modify this, as per leaks, by significantly increasing funding in high VR games. New AAA releases for the PlayStation 5 will be in both VR and traditional formats, giving gamers the option to play in either mode.
The latest PSVR2 rumors sound interesting
Most notably the oar about "hybrid games" rather than VR experiences
— Joe 🐴 (@R3P01012) August 4, 2021
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