Sony has been giving away information about its next-gen VR headset for months. The company first announced the PlayStation VR2 last year. Earlier this year, the company gave a first look at the PlayStation VR2 headset and controllers; they they have a similar black and white dual-tone design as the current-gen PlayStation 5 console.
- VR2 is going to come with an OLED display panel with a resolution of 2000×2040 per eye and a frame rate of up to 90/120Hz.
- The VR System will also feature four cameras for headset and controller tracking, and an IR camera for eye tracking. The field of view is expected to be 110 degrees.
- Sony is trying to double-down on the haptics for the VR headset, a feature that debuted with the PS5 DualSense controller.
- Sony says the haptics combined with enhanced fidelity, wide FOV, eye tracking and 3D audio will ensure that in-game actions are amplified sensorily to a new level, setting benchmarks for the industry.
- The PlayStation VR2 is expectedly going to come with a new a new VR controller called the PlayStation VR2 Sense Controller.
- As per Sony, the new controller will support adaptive triggers, akin to the DualSense controller. This should allow for more immersive sensory experiences.