As the business continues to investigate possible new features for VR headsets, Sony has filed a new patent for capturing VR games. PlayStation VR2, Sony’s newest VR headset, will be available next month with a launch roster of over 30 first-party and third-party games.
Sony’s PlayStation VR2 is a significant generational advance in VR technology that builds on the success of the first PS VR headset. The PS VR2 headset has a bright OLED display with a resolution of 2000×2040 per eye and a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. Furthermore, the headgear takes advantage of the PS5’s technological capabilities and functions through a needed USB-C connection on the console’s front. Sony’s PS VR2 was created in response to player feedback from the initial PS VR headset and research to enhance the overall VR experience. The business is still researching and patenting new VR concepts, which might eventually get integrated into the PS VR2 headset through firmware upgrades.