PlayStation premieres a new promotional video for the PS VR 2, providing a sneak peek at the next generation of virtual reality gaming.
The brand-new “Feel A New Real” advertising for the PlayStation VR 2 has just been released by PlayStation. The video highlights the games that are compatible with the VR2, as well as its features, such as its spectacular 4K HDR visuals and ground-breaking new controllers. Take a look at the PS VR2 “Feel a New Real” ad, courtesy of PlayStation:
The new PS VR 2 promotional video features gameplay footage captured on PlayStation 5 from some of the games presently in development for PlayStation VR2. So far, Horizon Call of the Mountain, Resident Evil Village, and No Man’s Sky, are the current games that can be played with PS VR 2 upon its release. Meanwhile, the promotional video also emphasized the PS VR 2’s exciting features.
PS VR 2 users may experience a breathtaking virtual reality environment due to its 4K HDR display and up to 120 frames per second, as its two 2000 x 2040 OLED panels give almost four times the resolution of the original PlayStation VR headset. The PS VR 2 is more comfortable since it includes a 110º field of vision, a light, well-balanced Fresnel lens, and a vent in the headset that allows airflow to the lenses, hence reducing fogging and enhancing player comfort.
Additionally, the PS VR 2 is capable of eye tracking, allowing for increased emotional response, and enhanced expressiveness while interacting with other players online. The eye tracking cameras can follow the user’s line of sight while aiming or glancing around. Meanwhile, its innovative foveated rendering methods enhance the visual experience by altering resolutions to pinpoint and enhance the object of focus.
Users can also enjoy the inside-out tracking feature of the PlayStation VR 2, which enables them to play with complete freedom by monitoring both the user and the controllers through four cameras integrated inside the headgear. Through this, the player’s motions and gaze direction are mirrored in-game without the need for an external camera. PS VR 2 contains a Headset feedback function that lets players to experience subtle, responsive headset vibrations at important points during gaming, as well as the Tempest 3D AudioTech, which provides astonishingly realistic soundscapes by dynamically adapting to the user’s position and head motions.
While “Feel A New Real” has garnered considerable excitement, PlayStation has yet to announce the PS VR 2’s official release date. The PS VR 2 pricing is currently unclear, however it is likely to be a premium cost.