Sony shows the design of its PlayStation VR2 system

After a few months of silence, it has finally been Sony itself that has brought us new details about the PlayStation VR2, its next-generation reality glasses that will accompany the PS5, with the publication of an official note in which some of the features and novelties of this device are advanced, as well as a first preview of its official design.

One of the first things that catches our attention is undoubtedly the new shape of this headset. And it is that as the company assures, the new PS VR2 headsets have been built to emulate a shape similar to that of their own controllers, adopting a more rounded front appearance and in the form of an “orb” to create greater harmony between everything. the set, with predominant circular lines that, according to the company, perfectly represent the 360-degree view that players feel when they enter the world of virtual reality. Although of course, the new design of the PS VR2 headset is also of course inspired and focused on the look of the new generation of PS5 consoles and products.

There are many exciting new features to look forward to in the PS VR2 system, including 4K HDR visual fidelity and next-generation graphics rendering, improved tracking such as inside-out camera tracking, outside, new features of PlayStation VR2 Sense Technology, such as headset feedback or the more intuitive PS VR2 Sense controller, which create an incredibly deep sense of immersion. Plus, the PS VR2 system comes with a simple single-cable setup so you can connect to your games right out of the box.

The PlayStation VR2 headset also offers usability enhancements with a lens adjustment dial, so users have an additional option to match the distance of the lens between their eyes to optimize your sight; and comfort, with a thinner and lighter device compared to its predecessor. “It was quite a challenge to create a slimmer design with new features added to improve our first headset, but our design and engineering teams showed that this was possible when we saw the final design” says the company in its official statement.

Although at the moment Sony has not wanted to share any specific date of availability, it has already announced that the PS VR2 development kits are in the hands of the game creators, so it does not it would be surprising if we soon see the arrival of this virtual reality being along with some interesting new titles.