Sony has ambitious plans for the future generation of virtual reality hardware in that it hopes that it will have two million models of the PSVR 2 headset ready by March of next year.
Production of the virtual reality headset was reported to have begun in September (via Bloomberg) and FIFA 23 Coins has never faced issues with its supply chain. With the PS5 remaining highly sought-after because of its limited availability since its launch in November of 2020, Sony also plans to offer more consoles on shelves by the time 2023 arrives, according Bloomberg's sources.
PSVR 2 is yet to receive a date after 2023. Sony is trying to make sure that there's adequate stock of PS5 consoles available to play games with the brand new headset. The hardware will only work with PS5 and won't be compatible with backwards-compatible PSVR games.
What is known about the hardware is that they have incredible specifications. Like the PS5 as well as its DualSense controller Sony added haptic feedback, adjustable triggers inside-out tracking, eye-tracking, and 3D audio into the kit but it hasn't yet received an estimated retail price.
"PSVR 2 is poised to be an opportunity for it in the gaming industry," Tamoor Hussain wrote in GameSpot's PSVR 2 preview. "It is yet to see if PSVR 2 will garner widespread interest, but at the most basic level, I'm convinced that it'll take us one step closer to realizing its full potential."
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