According to the company’s announcements on Twitter and Instagram. The Verge reports: While the company released design details for the headset earlier this year, it has not yet announced a price. However, it does hold a lot of promise for PlayStation VR2 – it will have displays with up to 4K resolution and can run at 90 or 120Hz, have a 110-degree field of view and use foveate rendering, which renders certain parts of the image sharper than others to make it easier to work on a computer (or, in this case, on the PlayStation 5). The company also says the headset connects to your console with a single USB C cable. Sony has already announced that a lineup of around 20 “major” games will be available at launch. Titles include games set in the Horizon and Walking Dead universes, as well as VR versions of No Man’s Sky and Resident Evil Village.

Unlike the original PlayStation VR headset, the PS VR2 won’t use the camera attached to your console to track your movements. Instead, it will use inside-out tracking similar to the Quest 2, where the cameras on the headset itself are responsible for tracking motion. This means the PS VR2 will also be able to let you see your surroundings while you’re wearing the headset. Sony also says the PlayStation 5 will let you stream yourself while playing VR games, though you’ll need to hook up a PlayStation HD camera. Sony also showed off ball-shaped controllers that will feature adaptive triggers and haptic feedback like what’s offered with Sony’s DualSense controller for the PS5. They will also have a finger touch detection feature that can detect where you put your thumb, index or middle fingers without having to press anything.

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