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Sony Reveal PS VR2 Design

There’s been a lot of back and forth with the next-gen PlayStation VR2 headset, but after announcing it in February last year, showing off the controllers last March, then confirming the name in January, they’ve finally showed off the design – and it’s quite cool.

Featuring a similar black-and-white scheme to the PS5, as Sony say they were designed with each other in mind, it has the same broad landscape as the original PS VR headset, but with a few boosts.

Along with a new vent design and a slight reduction in weight, there’s now a lens adjustment dial. The PS VR2 headset also has small textured PS icons on the front and back.

It supports haptic feedback, eye tracking, 4K HDR, 90/120Hz frame rates, foveated rendering, 110″ field of view, plus it connects to a PS5 with a single USB-C cable.

With competition from metaverse-engaging headsets like the Oculus Quest 2, Sony are going into this fist first. They have already announced Horizon: Call Of The Mountain, set for release near the end of the year, will be “specifically for PS VR2 and will open the doors for players to go deeper into the world of Horizon.”

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