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Sony recently held a 90-minute, closed door session outlining the PlayStation VR 2 to developers this week, according to a report by YouTuber PSVR Without Parole (via VGC).
In this closed door session, Sony reportedly wanted to focus on “console-quality AAA titles” rather than purely VR experiences the VR landscape has had thus far. It appears that this means some games made for console would come with optional VR support, with players able to download either the regular version or the VR-supported one.
There will also be a move towards remastering games from the original PSVR.
However, beyond this development, the PSVR 2 continues to be shrouded in mystery. Even its name is not yet confirmed, with Sony apparently calling it the “NGVR” (next-generation VR).
Leaked specs indicate it will have a 4000×2080 pixel resolution, with 2000×2040 per eye. It will also have a 110 degree field of view, 10 degrees more than the PSVR. Finally it will, according to leaks, be able to flexibly render based on where a player is focusing on.
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