Sony reveals details about PlayStation VR2 and VR2 Sense controller

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Sony has revealed more information about the next-generation virtual reality headset PlayStation VR2 at CES 2022.

According to Engadget, Sony has revealed some details about its next-generation virtual reality wearable at CES 2022, starting with confirming the name of the device is PlayStation VR2.

The new VR2 will be compatible with PS5 and with the new VR2 Sense controller. It has a display resolution of 2,000 x 2,040 pixels per eye, has a 110-degree viewing angle, a frame rate of 90 FPS, a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, and 4K HDR support.

The PS VR2 has inside-out tracking, which means it has multiple cameras inside to track the movements of your head and gamepad. Sony has also introduced a new sensory feature to the device called “headset feedback” that can make games and experiences more real. VR2’s Response uses a built-in vibration motor to simulate in-game events.

The PS VR2 has inside-out tracking, which means it has multiple cameras inside to track the movements of your head and gamepad. Sony has also introduced a new sensory feature to the device called “headset feedback” that can make games and experiences more real. VR2’s Response uses a built-in vibration motor to simulate in-game events.

As for the PS VR2 Sense controller, they will take the main features from the DualSense controller, especially the haptic feedback. While Sony has yet to reveal the availability of VR2, the company has announced one of the first games to arrive on the platform is Horizon Call of the Mountain. The game that offers VR experiences in the Horizon universe is being built for PS VR2 and will be an exclusive title for the platform.

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