With its PS5, Sony could offer a new PlayStation VR, but also controllers new generation, to replace the aging PS Move (launched in 2010). The proof is in the video.
A taste of the PlayStation VR 2 for the PlayStation 5 ?
In a few months, Sony is expected to launch on the market its all-new (and very expected) PlayStation 5, which will rub on the front at a certain Xbox Series X. in this regard, the month of may will be the occasion for Microsoft to reveal more about its future console, and Sony should obviously remain on the lookout for, in turn, offer the players a preview of its new console.
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If the side of Microsoft, there has been a cross on the VR for the generation Xbox One, at Sony, have launched year-end 2016, the PlayStation VR. It is a virtual reality helmet, designed to work exclusively with the PS4, and that has to meet a certain commercial success, helped by many games and other experiences rather convincing, like Resident Evil 7, Blood & Truth, Moss, the excellent AstroBot or Ace Combat 7.
Sony has already confirmed, the future PS5 will also have the right to of the VR, and a new system is in preparation on the side of the japanese giant. Recently, these are Kazuyuki Arimatsu and Hideki Mori, two employees of Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan, who were held to a demonstration of a new feature, concerning what could well be the successor to the PS Move, launched in 2010 on PS3 and reused for the VR on PS4.
The video uploaded by Sony allows you to enjoy an impressive accuracy regarding the detection of the fingers of the user, and the reproduction of movements on the screen. The demonstration is rather amazing, and you can also enjoy, in the game, with an accuracy of movements clearly superior to that of the current PlayStation VR.
It is hoped of course that in addition to increased accuracy, the next PlayStation VR from Sony will also offer a better definition, a wider field of view, but also (and especially ?) operation without a cable.