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

PSVR 2 Spectator Replacement With friends

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A new PSVR patent also suggests[9] that the next edition of the technology would include haptic feedback similar to that found on the DualSense controller. How exactly this would be used (and how effective it might be) is unknown, but it’s definitely a fascinating prospect.

PSVR 2 Haptic Feedback Patent

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In an interview with Wired[10], Sony’s Lead System Architect, Mark Cerny, confirmed that the current version of PSVR would be completely compatible with PS5. “I won’t go into the details of our VR strategy today, beyond saying that VR is very important to us and that the current PSVR headset is compatible with the new console.”

We can also possibly see a new VR game out of Rockstar according to a LinkedIn post[11] that suggests the company is looking for “Senior Programmers, Engine Programmer, Designer and Animator.” Furthermore, as Resident Evil 7 was fully playable in VR, we can expect Resident Evil 8 to follow its lead.

Sony is also currently looking to hire new team members to work on VR technology, according to a recent job listing[12]. This could be PSVR 2, although it’s currently hard to tell. All we do know is that it’s most certainly related to VR. 

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