Sony has shown their commitment to VR over the past couple of years. Games like Astro Bot: Rescue Mission, Beat Saber, Moss, Blood & Truth, and so many more VR titles have come to PlayStation VR ever since its initial release in 2016.
We’ve known for a long time that we’d eventually get a succession of the original PlayStation VR we just didn’t know any details other than that. Sony has shed a little light on what to expect from the PlayStation VR system coming to PlayStation 5 in a PlayStation blog post.
Senior Vice President of Platform Planning & Management, Hideaki Nishino has said that “players will feel an even greater sense of presence and become even more immersed in their game worlds once they put on the new headset.” Nishino didn’t reveal anything too massive in terms of info, but what was revealed was interesting nonetheless.
New PlayStation VR System Features & Enhancements
- Enhanced Resolution & Field of View
- Improved Tracking & Input
- Connects With A Single Cord
- A High-Fidelity Visual Experience
- New VR Controller (Incorporates Key Features In The DualSense; Focus on Great Ergonomics)
Nishino has also confirmed that the new PlayStation VR system will NOT be launching in 2021. Sony has proven to show they care about the market that VR brings, the new PlayStation VR system will be an interesting development.