“Discover how the revolutionary immersive features of PlayStation VR2 can transport you to thrilling worlds that feel, look and sound real through PlayStation VR2 Sense technology,” reads the official description for the trailer, which is viewable below.
The video shows off some of the headline features of the upcoming hardware including its 4K HDR display, eye tracking, foveated rendering, 110-degree field of view, and adaptive triggers and haptics.
Feel a New Real | PS VR2
“Right now, there is a considerable amount of money being spent on partnerships with independent and other third-party developers to secure a considerable pipeline of attractive VR content at the launch of PlayStation VR2,” he said in May.
“That energy, that effort and that money will continue to grow as the installed base of PlayStation VR2 headsets grows also.”
“There are big games like Horizon: Call of the Mountain and Resident Evil Village and yes, they’re amazing, but it’s the indies, in my mind, that really take the risk because they want to make games on VR,” he said.
“Indies have been waiting for this next VR boom, like Mizuguchi-san,” Yoshida added, referring to Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the developer behind Rez and Tetris Effect, who had previously worked on VR projects at Sega in the 90s.