PSVR 2 is here, and we’re giving you everything we know about the highly anticipated headset. We will share some details from the launch titles to the specifications, how much you can expect to pay in your region and more.
We want to tell you from personal observation that PSVR 2 is the real thing and a major upgrade compared to the first PSVR. From our perspective, this is certainly one of the greatest VR headsets on the market. In addition, it is one of the top PS5 accessories for anybody wishing to immerse themselves in some of the best PS5 games.
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- What is it? The next generation of PlayStation VR
- How much will it cost? $549.99, €599.99, £529.99, or AU$858
- When will it be out? February 22, 2023
According to prior speculations, the PSVR 2 will have an OLED display with a total resolution of 4000 x 2040 pixels, or 2000 x 2040 for each eye. It is slightly higher than the Oculus Quest 2. A 110-degree field of vision, foveated rendering, and sensory components in the headset itself was also suggested.
Sony has recently verified that the PSVR 2 includes 4K resolution, HDR, a 110-degree field of vision, foveated rendering, and frame rates. The frame rates range from 90 to 120 frames per second. Inside-out tracking is also included in PSVR 2. It means it will follow you and your controller using integrated cameras implanted in the headgear. Your motions and gaze will be mirrored in-game, eliminating the need for an external camera.