translated from Spanish: PlayStation 5 will have its own VR headset

The PlayStation 5 will have its own VR headsets, however, consumers may face ongoing difficulties in getting a PS5 console due to a supply chain shortfall. PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan revealed both developments in a Monday interview with The Washington Post.
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Ryan said development kits will soon be shipped for PS5-specific virtual reality viewers, although the company is not ready to talk about the power or specifications of the device.

He said the upcoming headphones will be considerably less cumbersome, unlike the current PSVR configuration requiring cables running through a PlayStation 4, TV and a separate black box called a PSVR processor.

The Playstation 5 is one of the best-receiving consoles ever. Afp

Read more: With 8,000 users, Bill Gates saturates the Clubhouse app room»Generational leaps allow you to sweep away the advances in technology that have taken place,» Ryan said.
Since this was our first foray into virtual reality, it gives us the opportunity to apply the lessons learned. One of the most vivid illustrations of that is that we will move on to a very easy single cable configuration.

The next version of PlayStation VR will also borrow from its innovative DualSense controllers, which debuted with the PS5 and provide super-specific game-specific haptic feedback to the palms of the player’s hands. There is no set release date for the new VR device, according to Ryan.

In an October 2020 interview, Ryan said that while Sony was still very interested in virtual reality, no further news of the company’s virtual reality investments in 2021 may come.



Original source in Spanish

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