Sony has ambitious plans for its next generation of hardware for FIFA 23 Coins virtual reality in that it hopes to have 2 million units of the PSVR 2 headset ready by March next year.
Mass production of the virtual reality headset was reported to have begun on September 1st (via Bloomberg) and has so far not faced supply chain constraints. With the PS5 being very popular because of its limited availability after its release in November 2020, Sony also plans to have more console stock on shelves by the beginning of 2023, according to Bloomberg's sources.
PSVR 2 isn't yet set to receive a date after 2023, however Sony attempts to ensure that it has enough PS5 consoles available to play games with the brand new headset. The hardware is only compatible with PS5 and will not be backwards compatible with PSVR games.
The only thing we know about the device is that it sports some beastly specs. Similar to it's predecessor the PS5 along with the DualSense controller Sony is incorporating haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, inside-out tracking, eye-tracking in addition to 3D stereo into the system, which hasn't yet received an official retail price.
"PSVR 2 is poised to be a shot in the arm for gaming market," Tamoor Hussain wrote in GameSpot's PSVR 2 preview. "It still remains to be determined if PSVR 2 will be able to draw widespread interest, but at very least I'm more confident that it'll move us one step closer towards achieving its full potential."
PSVR 2 is set to launch with the newly announced Star Wars: Tales from a Galaxy and Resident Evil Village. For more information look up everything that we know about PSVR 2.
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