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Sony launches PlayStation VR2 at CES 2022

CES 2022 is set to bring many surprises throughout this week, and one of them arrived today as Sony officially announced VR technology on its next-gen console, PlayStation VR2.

During the CES showcase, Sony reveals PS VR2, there will be a new set of controllers called “PS VR2 Sense Controller”.

Sony says the new device will take VR gaming to the next level, offering more presence and escapism than ever before. The device has many notable upgrades compared to the original version launched in 2016. These include a more immersive visual experience with a 2000 x 2040 resolution OLED display for each eye. They will come with 90/120hz frame rates. You can check the full specs of the device here.

You also won’t need a bulky camera on your TV cabinet anymore. Instead, PS VR2 will use inside-out tracking. This means that the camera on the device will monitor you and your controller in your surroundings while using the device. In addition, the device will have eye tracking capabilities, allowing developers to create new features in the game depending on where the user is looking.

The controller is another major upgrade from its predecessor. The PS VR2 sensory controller features an all-new design that accommodates haptic feedback and adaptive triggers for even more player immersion.

While we don’t have a release date for this new device, a new game has been announced, The calling horizon of the mountain.

https://dotesports.com/hardware/news/sony-unveils-playstation-vr2-at-ces-2022 Sony launches PlayStation VR2 at CES 2022

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