PSVR 2: immersion impresses with this new feature

PSVR 2: immersion impresses with this new feature

The PSVR 2 already puts everyone in agreement even before its release thanks to its technological prowess which reinforces immersion.

Although it won’t be available before February 2023, the PSVR 2 has already been approached by a select few, and Sony’s VR headset is already making a lot of noise.

The PSVR 2 promises to be very immersive

When it was announced, the PSVR 2 had teased us a large number of features to enhance the immersion of players. The PSVR 2 pads will notably have the right to full tracking, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, while the headset will also have haptic feedback in its hoops. The latter can also follow your gaze, scan the environment around you to designate a play area and even recognize your hands.

It is this last point that has been talked about recently. A video available on social networks shows that the detection of hands and fingers is particularly precise and immersive. The player who tries the experience can indeed control the paddles of his virtual kayak easily, and even dip his finger in the water. A first for the Sony headset, which until now was confined to PS Move on its first version.

The PSVR 2 should therefore surprise on this side, although the functionality is not new in the middle. We indeed find the recognition of hands and fingers on other VR headsets, such as the Meta Quest 2, another fairly affordable VR machine. Speaking of affordable, you will find here the budget to prepare to get your hands on all the VR paraphernalia from Sony. And if you don’t have a PS5 on hand, be aware that the bill can quickly sting in the wallet.

Nevertheless, the release of PSVR 2 should certainly mark the VR market and the headset will automatically be able to count on more than ten games as soon as it is released, such as Horizon Call of the Mountain or even The Walking Dead Saints and Sinners 2.

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