New Delhi: Sony has confirmed that the PS VR2 will be unveiled on February 22nd. The price is $550. (approx. Rs 44,700). The company is slowly revealing the games that will be available before the launch of the upcoming virtual reality headset. So far, the company has unveiled 13 more games and expects to release over 30 games for the VR2 by the end of March.
A year after Sony unveiled the full design of the PS VR2, the company is ready to release the headset. It is currently available for pre-order at multiple locations.
According to the manufacturer, this headset is not compatible with PS VR games. As a result, updated versions of games cost more money from developers.
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Tetris Effect: Connected, Rage Infinite, Before Your Eyes, NFL Pro Era (free upgrade) and Pavlov VR are among the 13 new games coming to PS VR2. What’s the Bat?, Synth Riders, Mirage and Puzzling Places are available on Kayak VR (free upgrade).
The Last Clockwinder, Creed: Rise to Glory-Championship Edition and Song in the Smoke: Rekindle. These games are already available on PS VR.
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By the end of March, Sony will have added over 30 titles to the platform. The list includes After the Fall, Altair Breaker, Cities VR, Cosmonious High, and The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR, alongside the aforementioned titles. Horizon Call of the Mountain, Fantavision 202X, Gran Turismo 7, Demo and Discronia: Chronos Alternate. Jurassic World Aftermath, Kizuna AI-Touch the Beat!, Between America and Job Simulator are some examples.
The Last Clockwinder, The Light Brigade, Moss 1 and 2 Remaster, No Man’s Sky and Resident Evil Village are among the additional titles Sony is adding. Star Wars: Tentacles, The Tale of Onogoro and Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge. Saints and Sinners Chapter 2: Revenge from The Walking Dead, Vacation Simulator and Crossfire. There will also be some free upgrades like Pistol Whip and Zenith: The Last City.
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According to Sony, there are some technical issues preventing PS VR games from working with the latest headsets. As a result, the company urged developers to update their games to work with PS VR 2. As a result, you’ll have to spend the cash on both a PS VR2 headset and compatible (updated) versions of the game.
PS VR2 will feature a two-tone theme and a spherical Sense controller with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. It has an OLED screen with a resolution of 2000 x 2040 pixels, a field of view of 110 degrees, support for 4K HDR and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. There is an IR camera built into the headset for 3D audio and eye tracking enable. It will also provide a “see-through” perspective.