Sony particulars “next-generation” PlayStation 5 VR headset • Eurogamer.internet

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Improved decision, connects with single twine.

PlayStation has supplied early particulars on its upcoming “next-generation” digital headset coming for PlayStation 5.

The headset will not be wi-fi, however will solely have one wire to attach it to your console. Much less likelihood of tripping! It is also nonetheless a way off, Sony has stated, and will not launch in 2021.

“We’re taking what we have discovered since launching PS VR on PS4 to develop a next-gen VR system that enhances all the things from decision and subject of view to monitoring and enter,” Sony’s Hideaki Nishino wrote on the PlayStation weblog.

“It would connect with PS5 with a single twine to simplify setup and enhance ease-of-use, whereas enabling a high-fidelity visible expertise.”

There will even be a brand new VR controller, which can “incorporate a number of the key options discovered within the DualSense”, Nishino continued. Haptic suggestions then?

Chatting with GQ in a follow-up interview, PlayStation boss Jim Ryan described the headset as “a very new VR format for PS5” and confirmed that dev kits had been now “about to exit”.

The unique PlayStation VR launched for PS4 again in 2016, and is supported by way of again compatibility on PS5.

Greater than 5 million PlayStation VR headsets have been bought thus far, with assist for lots of of video games together with Minecraft and Skyrim, in addition to PlayStation exclusives resembling Desires and Gran Turismo Sport.

Right now we additionally discovered Gran Turismo 7 had been delayed till 2022 – maybe it’s going to now arrive with PS5 VR assist?

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