PSVR 2: Rumors, release date, price, specs, and what we want

As far as the PSVR 2’s release date goes, Sony is probably more concerned with getting enough PS5 consoles in the hands of consumers.  For reference, the original PSVR released nearly three years after the PS4 launched.

In an interview with The Washington Post[1], Jim Ryan explains how he believes VR hasn’t had its chance to shine yet. Specifically, he states that “at some point in the future, VR will represent a meaningful component of interactive entertainment.”

He continues, “will it happen this year? No. Will it be next year? No. But will it come at some stage? We believe that. And we’re very pleased with all the experience that we’ve gained with PlayStation VR, and we look forward to seeing where that takes us in the future.”

Ryan is referring to the VR landscape as a whole, but part of this could be referring to the future of PSVR[2] in general. It’s quite clear that PlayStation has yet to give up on PSVR, but we probably won’t see its successor until a few years into the PS5[3]‘s lifespan. If Sony was intending on releasing a PSVR2 soon, it probably wouldn’t be offering free PlayStation Camera Adaptors[4] to make PSVR compatible with the PS5.

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