PSVR 2 will have transparent view, cinematic mode and more

Sony revealed some details on PSVR 2 on Tuesday (26). The device will have transparent viewing function, cinematic mode, broadcast and more. While they’re only now coming to PlayStation’s virtual reality product, several of these innovations are already featured in Quest 2.

The transparent display will allow the user to see the environment while wearing the headset. According to the company, the feature is useful for seeing where the PS VR2 Sense controls are without removing the device itself.

You can activate the feature by pressing the button on the headset or in the control center. However, the transparent display can only be used for preview, so there is no recording option.

Cinematic mode

The new cinematic mode will allow players to view the PlayStation 5 system and interface and all non-VR game content and media on a virtual cinema screen. Those who choose the tool will see video in 1920 x 1080 HDR resolution with frame rates of 24/60 Hz and 120 Hz.

Another option would be the VR mode itself, where the experience is more traditional for those used to virtual reality. Game content in this case will be presented in 360 degrees, in a virtual environment, in HDR 4000 x 2040 video format (2000 x 2040 per eye) and frames per second at 90 Hz/120 Hz.

player transfer

Another innovation will be the transfer of the player’s image. PSVR 2 will be able to use PS5’s HD camera. According to Sony, this is a good way for gamers to show other people their body movements and reactions in real time.


Customized playground

Users will be able to set up a specific area in their living room (or other environment they’re playing in) to use PSVR 2. In other words, the technology allows the delimitation of movements, all without the player invading another. rooms or even dropped objects.

In the middle of the gameplay, if the player gets too close to the set limit, he will receive a warning.


There is still no official release date, but the expectation is that PSVR 2 will be released next year. So, what did you think of the PSVR 2 news? Leave your comment Voxel Twitter!

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