New Technology Envelopes Sonys PSVR 2 Trailer

New Technology Envelopes Sonys PSVR 2 Trailer

In its popular PlayStation VR 2 teaser, the viewer gets the sensation of a new real. The film focuses heavily on the introduction of new bells and whistles into the PlayStation VR 2 in its collaboration with the PS5.

The following is a list of all scheduled games for the platform, including, and its VR mode.

This PSVR 2 trailer for average viewers and those who were not physically present at this years Tokyo Game Show (where the PSVR 2 was playable) or during preview sessions held for press and influencers is one of the more detailed features available. It focuses on some of the new features being introduced to align Sonys VR solution with (or ahead of) top-end PC-based VR setups.

The addition of eye tracking, which uses internal sensors to detect and follow the wearers focus, is emphasized in the headset. Foveated Rendering, a feature that allocates system resources to selectively enhance the games graphics without leaving the hardware behind. The headset''s design also allows force feedback in the headset itself, and the same Tempest 3D audio technology used in the PS5 console for better 3D soundscapes when wearing headphones.

The PSVR 2 trailer also reveals key features used in the two included hand controllers. The PSVR 1, which was based on PS Move wands from the PS3, was optionally purchased. The new controllers, however, have the same haptic feedback and adaptive trigger capabilities as the PS5 DualSense controller. These include finger touch detection, allowing for a user''s grip without having to press a button.

The PSVR 2 will be released in early 2023. Sony hasn''t revealed how much its hardware pricing or distribution was disclosed. Earlier last week, it said that the setup would not be compatible with games for the PSVR 1, meaning that players who purchased the previous-gen headset will have to keep it around to play the games purchased for it.

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