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For a few days, the PlayStation VR 2 occupies part of the discussions in the video game world, on the one hand because of the first feedback from the media and on the other because of the bad buzz which resulted from a statement by a representative of Sony Interactive Entertainmentthanks to which we learned that the games of the PSVR first of the name will not be playable on this new device. Obviously, this detail and the reactions it aroused did not upset the Japanese giant, which did not communicate further on the subject, but which now broadcasts a promotional video highlighting the advantages of its helmet.

This montage entitled “Feel a New Real” therefore shows us some sequences taken from upcoming games, namely Horizon Call of the Mountain, Firewall Ultra who will be entitled to online multiplayer, No Man’s Sky and The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution, which are used to highlight the functionality of the headset and its controllers. Between 4K HDR, eye tracking, foveal rendering, a 110° field of view, audio Storm 3Dtouch sensing, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers on controllers PSVR 2Senseas well as the feeling of vibrations via the helmet, it is a concentrate of technologies that will be brought together.

Still no release date on the horizon or price, but the launch of the PlayStation VR 2 is still scheduled for early 2023. The PSVR is he still for sale on Amazon from €261.00.

Read also: PREVIEW PSVR 2: a truly surprising headset, VR more real than ever!

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