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PlayStation VR2 launches with over 20 ‘big’ games

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Sony expects to have more than 20 “big” titles available for its PlayStation VR2 headset at launch, a company says investor presentation† While it didn’t confirm the names or developers of any games, a slide confirmed that the list will consist of a mix of first and third party titles, and suggested it would feature the previously announced Horizon spin-off – Horizon Call of the mountain.

A significant amount of money is being spent on partnerships with independent and other third-party developers to secure a significant pipeline of compelling VR content at the launch of PlayStation VR2,” said Jim Ryan, president of Sony Interactive Entertainment. indicated by Video Games Chronicle

A slide in Sony’s presentation detailing the release of the PS VR2.
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Importantly, we still don’t have an official release date for Sony’s upcoming VR headset, details of which the company has been slowly revealing over the past year and a half. The PlayStation manufacturer announced in February 2021 that it was working on the headset and revealed the design of its controllers the following month. However, it wasn’t until this year that it officially announced the headset’s name, specs and design. Analyst estimates expect the headset to be released next year.

It’s unclear if these 20+ titles will include ports from existing games like Half-life: Alyxa major 2020 PC-based virtual reality release yet to be released on Sony’s console.

The Playstation VR2 will be Sony’s second virtual reality headset, following the release of the first PlayStation VR in 2016. Unlike the previous model, which was designed to work with the PS4, the second headset is intended to complement the PS5. It will be equipped with an OLED display with a resolution of 2000×2040 per eye, support for frame rates up to 120Hz and can be connected to the console with a single USB-C cable.

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