Sony has already confirmed by Upload VR makes the hardware sound even more impressive.on its next-gen sequel to the PlayStation VR headset, but a new report of a closed-doors developer meeting
According to a YouTube report by Bryan Paul of PSVR Without Parole, the PSVR 2 headset will have an OLED display capable of HDR. The 2,000x2,040 pixels-per-eye display will also have eye tracking and technology to deliver higher-res graphics onto the display with less processor strain. One technology called foveated rendering uses eye tracking to deliver higher resolutions just to where your fovea is focused; the other, flexible scaling, should also assist on the PS5 hardware end. Kotaku also detailed some of the features this new headset could enable, based on the new reports.
Sony already previewed itsfor the next-gen PSVR 2, which have force-feedback adaptive triggers like the DualSense controller. Sony also will apparently have vibrating haptics inside the headset as well as on the controllers, plus finger-sensing awareness via capacitive touch, similar to how the Oculus Touch controllers on the and Rift S can sense finger placement on the analog sticks, triggers and buttons. We already know that the PSVR 2 will connect via a single USB-C cable to the PS5 when playing games.
While the PSVR 2 should work with existing PSVR games, it seems there's also a big push for a new wave of deeper VR games, similar to how Valve developed. According to the report, developers are also being encouraged to make hybrid games that run on the PS5 and on the PSVR 2 headset, much like Capcom's .
The PSVR 2 isn't expected to be formally announced until next year, but it's looking to be significantly more advanced than its.