It's time for the next generation of PlayStation. With the original PlayStation VR headset outmatched by its competition and the PS5 out of the way. Now is a good time for the next PlayStation VR headset to hit store shelves.
When Sony released its PlayStation VR (virtual reality) headset in 2016, it was already a highly affordable gadget. PSVR's performance was heavily underpart with HTC Vive and Oculus Rift at the time of its launch. However, PlayStation VR had one major advantage over its competition, which was its low price point of less than US$450 for its headset.
It was a year after that Sony proclaimed a new version of PlayStation VR with a few additional features and capabilities. This will involve a much simpler connection method so all users can get access to a virtual reality PlayStation headset. Sony still has further to go. It has to make more progress with PlayStation VR hardware revisions.
PlayStation VR was already an outdated piece of hardware when it was launched in 2016, and technology has advanced significantly since then.
Getting around with PlayStation VR is a walk in the park compared to getting around with Vive, Rift and GearVR. In this way, VR headset price has dropped to a point that is affordable to many consumers.
They launched PlayStation VR in 2016 as gaming technology that is already outdated. PlayStation VR is the best VR set currently available in the market. Not only are these headsets significantly cheaper, but they are also more widely accessible to a wider audience.
Sony needs to update the PlayStation VR as the company's virtual reality headset faces stiff competition. PSVR 2 may be a headset designed for the PS5 that does not require a PlayStation Camera. It will work much more like a virtual reality set that connects to a personal computer.
PlayStation VR 2 could give people the chance to experience high-end virtual reality systems that use PS5's built-in capabilities. PlayStation VR 2 would release some of the highest-rating game titles like Astro Bot Rescue Mission to date.
Anyway, Sony is incredibly committed to VR games and wants to push it forward in every way that it can.
There is assurance that the PlayStation VR 2 will arrive soon. Some rumors suggested that a PlayStation VR 2 could even be announced in tandem with the PS5, but that obviously didn't pan out. I think when Sony produces PS5 consoles, it can start delivering PlayStation VR 2 as well.
The current lack of support is likely to make PlayStation VR return in 2016. Perhaps Sony will release its PlayStation VR 2 in the holiday season of 2022. Until such time, we simply speculate if there would be another PlayStation VR.