Sony details new information about the PSVR2 at CES 2022, Horizon VR game announced
While we knew a successor to the PlayStation VR headset was on the way already, Sony has given us some new information about their upcoming VR hardware during a showcase at CES 2022. Speculate no more, as the official name for the headset will simply be the PSVR2, along with its VR2 Sense controllers. Improving upon the original, the headset will feature 4K HDR, 2000x2040 resolution, an OLED display, 90hz and 120hz support, and a 110-degree FOV, supported by the PlayStation 5 hardware. Much like other VR sets, tracking will be done via cameras on the outside of the PSVR2, and utilizes eye tracking as well. Similar to the PS5, the PSVR2 makes use of 3D Audio, adaptive triggers, and improved haptic feedback.
A new exclusive game was also revealed for the hardware in the form of Horizon Call of the Mountain, being developed by Guerilla Games. As for a launch date or pricing, those details haven't been revealed yet.