PSVR 2 will be compatible with the new PS 5
- The PSVR 2 will feature an OLED display and a 4000×2040 pixel display.
- The screen of the new PSVR 2 will have a field of view of 110 degrees,
- It is also said that the PSVR 2 will get new drivers that will come with haptic feedback.
Sony launched its PlayStation VR also known as PSVR in 2016, now five years ago. It was released for the PS4 and is expected to release an updated variant of the virtual reality headphones for the new PS5. Sony had said at a recent developer summit that the next PSVR 2 could be called Next Generation VR or NGVR.
It will have an OLED screen and a 4000×2040 pixel screen. The screen of the new PSVR 2 will have a 110-degree field of view, HDR support and eye-tracking features.
An earlier report also mentioned that the next VR device will be compatible with all AAA games. AAA games are an informal way to mention medium and large video game companies. Like No Man’s Sky, Resident Evil 7, the upcoming Hitman and GTA games could be compatible with virtual reality functionality.
The PSVR 2 will also come with a new set of drivers that has already been revealed. The new drivers will have redesigned finger tracking buttons, as well as haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. Existing buttons will be accompanied by a “Create” button.
Several reports also mention that PSVR 2 controllers will be able to detect if a player is holding the controller or how far away they are from the controller.
It sounds legendary even on paper and we can’t wait to get our hands on it. But there is a lack of a realistic timeline or any other issue in the online forums, on the community pages and there has been no leakage about it either. But it seems that the Internet agrees non-verbally that it seems likely to be published in early 2022.