PlayStation confirms that PS VR headset games are not compatible with PS VR2

MADRID, Sep. 19 (Portaltic/EP) –

The new Sony virtual reality headset, PS VR2, It will hit the market early next year accompanied by games developed for this new platform, since the titles available for the current helmet will not be compatible.

PlayStation presented last week a series of video games that would reach its Playstation 4 and PlayStation 5 platforms, some of them in virtual reality (VR) for the new generation of PS VR2 headsets, which will go on sale in early 2023.

However, the VR games currently available for the first headset “are not compatible with PS VR2 because PS VR2 is designed to deliver a true next-generation VR experience.“, said the senior vice president of Platform Experience, Hideaki Nishino, in the official PlayStation podcast, episode 439.

The director details that the new helmet has “much more advanced features” than those offered by PC VR, “like an all-new controller with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, inside-out tracking, eye-tracking, 3D audio, and 4K HDR, of course.”

“This means developing games for PS VR2 requires a completely different approach than the original PS VR,” he concludes.

Some of the virtual reality games that were seen during the State of Play celebration are Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge Enhanced Edition Y Demeo, that they will be compatible with the new generation of PlayStation VR headsets. Previously, Sony had confirmed that a score of games, own and third parties, would accompany the launch of its new helmets.

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