Sony has announced some basic information about the long-awaited next-generation VR hardware for the PS5. While not much has been revealed about the device, it does confirm that players will keep track of certain features. The original PSVR was a genius, relatively inexpensive, easy-to-use device, but quite limited in terms of hardware: resolution, field of view, etc. The new one announced by Sony will be much more advanced. Sony has confirmed that the PSVR2 has a 4K HDR image, but it’s unclear if that’s total, per… low or some other metric. The field of view will also be wider than the original hardware. Once the actual details are revealed, it will be clear to users what the headset will look like, but things like screen type and refresh rate are not mentioned in the feature. (Yes, rumors say OLED and 4K total resolution, with a 110-degree FOV.) However, it does have less tracking and favored rendering which is necessary these days. Explicit gameplay and other factors include eye tracking, and resource-poor VR. One final and unexpected feature on the headset is compelling feedback. Whether people really want to shave their heads is an open question, but you never know until you try. This set comes with a new set of controllers, which will include their own improvements on the two original PSVR sets that were quite good at the time outside of the competition. Sony actually threw prayers at him the other day. The company announced that the Horizon series will be one of the exclusive features for Sony First Party Studios’ only VR gaming platform (presented by Zero Dawn and soon to be released with Forbidden West).More information is definitely to come, however it looks like that’s just what we can expect from today’s event. Will update if I hear more. Sony has announced some basic information about the long-awaited next-generation VR hardware for the PS5. While not much has been revealed about the device, it does confirm that players will keep track of certain features. Actually PSVR is a capable, relatively cheap, easy to use device but pretty limited in gadgets, games, CES 2022, PlayStation, PlayStation 5, PS5, PSVR2, Sony, VRTechCrunch.