Sony took advantage of the opening of CES 2022 a few days ago to finally detail the PlayStation VR 2. However, some specificities remain to be clarified.
Jim Ryan had taken the care to make the trip in person to Las Vegas to present the PlayStation VR2 to the participants of CES 2022. The opportunity was found to formalize the haptic controller that will accompany it, the PlayStation VR2 Sense, to talk about his OLED screen or even its unique cable that could bring a little serenity to those used to cramped spaces. Joy ?
A farts with a helmet?
The other big announcement around the PlayStation VR2 obviously concerned its first exclusive, Horizon Call of the Mountain, developed by Firesprite in collaboration with Guerrilla Games. But if gamers can already think about the future, will they be able to cultivate the past of virtual reality through the future headset of the PS5 as well? Indeed, the subject of backward compatibility is important, all the more so because Sony was not very comfortable with the subject during the months preceding the release of the PS5.
Because he probably does not want to buy back all or part of his game library once again when the PlayStation VR2 is released, Axios journalist Stephen Totilo took advantage of the high-tech to get your feet wet:
I asked Sony if the PlayStation VR2 will be released in 2022 and if it will be backwards compatible with the games from the first (something a lot of people have asked me), these two points weren’t raised.
The Sony representative told me that they had nothing to announce at the moment. Stay tuned…
And There you go. As might be expected, players will be asked to remain in the dark until an official speech is made. May they be consoled: the PlayStation VR2 currently has neither price nor release date.
What do you expect from Sony? Which games would you like to rediscover on PS VR2? Let us know about your virtual reviews in the comments below.