At the time of launch, the PlayStation VR 2 headset will have access to over 20 first- and third-party games claim renowned supply chain analyst and hardware leaker Ming-Chi Kuo. According to Kuo, the expansion of the AAA gaming market could be accelerated by Sony's distinct position in the industry and its development resources.
Horizon: Call of the Mountain, which Sony previewed earlier this year, is one of the few confirmed games on the PSVR 2. According to information found on page 23 of a business briefing distributed to investors back in May, Sony has recently confirmed rumors regarding the number of launch games for the PSVR 2.
Since then, Sony has revealed further anticipated blockbuster hits for the PSVR 2's launch lineup, including No Man's Sky, Resident Evil 8, the Resident Evil 4 remake, and The Walking Dead Saints & Sinners Ch. 2 – Retribution.
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Tobii, an innovative business that specializes in cutting-edge eye-tracking technology, recently revealed that Sony has chosen it as a supplier for the upcoming PSVR 2. The PSVR 2 will “provide cutting-edge solutions at a mass-market scale,” according to Tobii CEO Anand Srivatsa if the company's eye-tracking technology is integrated into it.
A six optical module eye-tracking array with four 720p cameras and two specialized eye-monitoring cameras is what Ming-Chi Kuo predicts will be used in the PSVR 2. Furthermore, Kuo claims that the next-generation aspherical lens layout is thought to be produced by a business known as Genius.
Detachable cable and Controller Strap
An independent studio recently published a leaked hands-on image of the PSVR 2 headgear and controllers on Twitter before hastily taking it down. Fortunately, the image has since been posted on Reddit, allowing gamers the chance to examine the blurry sneak peek.
The rounded black and white style that more closely resembles the PlayStation 5 is the first thing that keen observers have been able to deduce about the new headset from the photograph.
The image also appears to support a previous claim made by YouTuber Bryan Paul that the PSVR 2's connecting cable will be completely detachable and so replaceable. In the leaked image, two Sense controllers are positioned next to the headset, confirming the presence of wrist straps.
The PSVR 2 is expected to make its debut sometime in the first quarter of 2023, according to Kuo, an analyst for TF International Securities and supply chain insider. The mass production of roughly 1.5 million devices is expected to start in the second half of 22 according to information from numerous PSVR 2 component suppliers, Kuo continues.
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