On the official channel PlayStation another video dedicated to the helmet has been released PlayStation VR2. This time, players were reminded of the device’s features that will help them interact with virtual worlds in an “astonishingly realistic way.”
Highlighted 4K display with HDR technology, 3D audio technology, haptic feedback and adaptive controller triggers, 110-degree wide view, eye tracking. All this will help, for example, to hear the roar of the surrounding fireballs in Gran Turismo 7 or feel the weapon in Resident Evil Village.
The PlayStation VR2 helmet will release on February 22 for a suggested retail price of $600. Along with this will be the release Horizon Call of the Mountain and VR versions of some games. Sony also said that more than a hundred projects are being developed for the device.
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