We do not yet know his name, but the one we call PSVR 2 for the moment is illustrated a little more today. According to several sources close to Sony, the future virtual reality headset for the PS5 would offer a resolution of 4000 × 2040 pixels (2000 × 2040 per eye), an adjustment wheel for the lens and an eye cracking system. A motor in the headset could even be used by developers to give direct haptic feedback.
Our colleaguesUPLOADVR now share new information from ” from sources close to Sony On Sony’s upcoming virtual reality headset. The one we name for now PSVR 2 would have a much higher definition than the current PSVR in addition to other improvements and features. Remember that it will be available on PlayStation 5 within the next two years.
PS5 PSVR 2: definition of 4000 x 2080 pixels, haptic feedback, the latest info
We do not yet know the name of the product, but the PSVR 2 is indeed in the boxes at Sony. Several sources told our colleaguesUPLOADVR that the Japanese firm has already given the technical details of the future helmet to its partners.
These details include a resolution of 4000 × 2040 pixels (2000 × 2040 per eye), while the first-gen PSVR only offered a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and 960 x 1080 per eye. Another novelty, the appearance of a adjustment wheel which will adjust the separation of the lenses.
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Also, the PSVR 2 would be equipped with aeye tracking (oculométrie) eye tracking capable of made foveal. A motor in the helmet could finally be used by developers to give a haptic feedback in action, like the DualSense.
Sony had recently confirmed that it was developing a next-generation wired VR headset for the PS5. The latter should normally be released after the year 2021, possibly in 2022 or 2023. It should be delivered with a brand new VR controller instead of the current Playstation Move. Finally, the PSVR 2 should benefit from improved ergonomics, as well as a refresh rate of 120 Hz.