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

PSVR 2 Controllers patent

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The PSVR 2 will soar if it receives the wireless functionality we are expecting. Getting rid of wires is the best step to make the system much more immersive. At this point, it’s difficult to count how many times I’ve had to be untangled from a mess of wires while deep into VR.

We also want to get confirmation on whether or not the original PSVR library on the PS4 will be available to play on PS5. Sony’s confusing statements are unclear about backwards compatibility, but it would be nice to know whether or not the console can handle this generation’s VR titles.

With the release of the fantastic and affordable Oculus Quest 2[16], the PSVR 2 has a lot to compete with. Sony definitely needs to step up its game for the next iteration of its virtual reality hardware.

References

  1. ^ The Washington Post (www.washingtonpost.com)
  2. ^ PSVR (www.laptopmag.com)
  3. ^ PS5 (www.laptopmag.com)
  4. ^ PlayStation Camera Adaptors (global.support.playstation.com)
  5. ^ filed a patent in 2019 (patentscope.wipo.int)
  6. ^ patent filed this year indicates (patentscope.wipo.int)
  7. ^ approved for a patent in 2019 (pdfaiw.uspto.gov)
  8. ^ patent was filed in 2018 (pdfaiw.uspto.gov)
  9. ^ also suggests (metro.co.uk)
  10. ^ Wired (www.wired.com)
  11. ^ LinkedIn post (go.redirectingat.com)
  12. ^ recent job listing (careers.i-web.jpn.com)
  13. ^ Another patent (pdfaiw.uspto.gov)
  14. ^ press release on Japan Display’s website (www.j-display.com)
  15. ^ Controller Device (patentscope.wipo.int)
  16. ^ Oculus Quest 2 (www.laptopmag.com)
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