PSVR 2 isn't yet set to receive a date after 2023
Sony has plans to be ambitious for its next generation of hardware for virtual reality, as it plans in the near future to get 2 million copies of its PSVR 2 headset ready by the month of March next year.
The mass production of the virtual reality headset has reportedly begun on September 1st (via Bloomberg) and has so far not faced supply chain constraints. With the PS5 continuing to be extremely popular due to its limited supply since its launch in November of 2020, Sony also plans to increase the number of consoles on shelves in early 2023 according Bloomberg's sources.
PSVR 2 isn't yet set to receive a date after 2023, but Sony has been working hard to ensure that there's enough PS5 consoles for gamers to play games on the new headset. The hardware will only work on PS5 and won't be compatible with backwards-compatible PSVR games.
The only thing we know about the equipment is that it is equipped with some beastly specifications. Similar to its predecessor, the PS5 in addition to its DualSense controller, Sony has jammed haptic feedback, adaptive triggers eye-tracking, inside-out tracking as well as 3D sound into its kit but it hasn't yet received the price at which it will retail.
"PSVR 2 feels poised to be a shot in the arm for it in the game industry," Tamoor Hussain wrote in GameSpot's PSVR 2 preview. "It must be observed if PSVR 2 will garner widespread curiosity, but at minimum, I'm confident that it'll move us one step closer towards achieving the full potential of this device."
PSVR 2 launches with the announcement of Star Wars: Tales from a Galaxy as well as Resident Evil Village. For more details you can read everything we know about PSVR 2.
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