Surprisingly, Sony has officially presented the new generation of in-house VR hardware as part of CES 2022 in Las Vegas. As expected, the Virtual Reality Headset will appear under the name PlayStation VR2 in the trade. The associated new input devices bear the designation Sense Controller designates. The design of PlayStation VR2 has not yet been revealed, but there are many details about the functions of the upcoming VR glasses.
Among other things, PSVR2 will be equipped with an OLED screen, which will provide a resolution of 2000×2040 pixels per eye at 90/120Hz including HDR support. The field of view (Field-of-view) is 110 degrees. The VR headset is connected to only a single cable that will connect directly to your PlayStation 5. Another highlight is the new so-called Sense Technology from PSVR2. This is not just Eye tracking, but also headset feedback, which is supposed to ensure an active VR experience using vibrations on the head. The Sense Controllers are recognized with inside-out tracking through the integrated cameras in the VR glasses. An external camera is no longer necessary. The price and release did not provide any information yet.
In addition, Sony has also announced a first game that will appear exclusively for PlayStation VR2. This is Horizon: Call of the Mountain, which is currently in development at Guerrilla Games and Fire sprite. For announcement, there is also a first teaser trailer with short scenes from the VR adventure with Ally.