PlayStation VR 2: Sony Unveiled The Name Of Its Future Virtual Reality Platform For PlayStation 5

In CES 2022, Sony delivered the first details of the new generation of its virtual reality devices, PlayStation VR2.

The device can be connected to PlayStation 5 using just one USB Type-C cable. The new PlayStation VR2 Sense controllers are equipped with a vibration feedback function that can convey the feelings of the protagonist. The release date of the device, as well as its appearance, remain unknown.

PlayStation VR2 takes VR gaming to a whole new level, enabling a greater sense of presence and allowing players to escape into game worlds like never before. With the headset on and controllers in hand, players will feel a heightened range of sensations unlike any other – thanks to the creativity of the game worlds being built by our world class developers, and the latest technology incorporated into the hardware.” — explained Senior Vice President of Platform Experience, Hideaki Nishino, at the official blog of PlayStation.


  • OLED display with a resolution of 2000×2040 per eye;
  • 4K HDR;
  • 110 degree view;
  • User eye tracking function;
  • Cameras located on the body of the device to track position in space;
  • Frequency from 90 to 120 Hz;
  • Microphone.

As the manufacturer promises, the PlayStation VR2 will present users with a new generation of games with high-quality graphics, new tactile capabilities and an improved position tracking system.

The first exclusive game of this new technology will be a spinoff of the Horizon franchise: Horizon Call of the Mountain.

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