Sony reportedly showed off its next-generation PSVR at a developer's conference
Sony has already indicated that it is working on a new PlayStation VR headset that promises dramatic performance leaps with better tracking, higher resolutions and a wider field of view. On Tuesday, Sony unveiled some extra-specific concerns about the new PSVR headset at a developer summit in line with YouTube channel PSVR's slogan and those under UploadVR, The Verge has reported. Sony has hinted that the company is working on a next-generation PSVR, promising "dramatic leaps in efficiency and bigger decisions," such as broader themes, increased surveillance and a new controller.
Sony also told developers that it plans to add VR support for AAA versions to allow you to play these games on your TV in VR, as was the case with Resident Evil 7 and No Mans Sky on PS4 and PS5.
We already know that Sony is working on a new PSVR model called PSVR 2. Now there have been reports that the company unveiled the new headset at a developer conference. This emerges from a YouTube channel called PSVR Parole, which claims that Sony has revealed more details on the headset, including its official codename, specifications, features and gameplay strategy.
UploadVR has confirmed that a private developer conference of Sony took place earlier this week. The company held a developer conference where it gave detailed new information about the setup of PSVR 2. The discussion revolved around the design of the controller and how it works.
The company also showed off the next-generation controller for the PlayStation 5 VR headset earlier this year. The device, codenamed Next Generation VR (NGVR), is a controller with capacitive touch sensors that detect how long you hold the controller down and a touch button that detects the distance between your fingers. Several rumors and reports suggest that the VR headset will include eye tracking, tactile feedback and a high resolution 4K display built by XDA developers.