Sony PlayStation PS VR2 Reveal Headset Controllers
Sony officially unveils the PS VR2 headset and Sense controller, with the latter sporting a matching “orb” look that represents the 360° view that players feel when they enter the virtual reality world. The headset’s design was inspired by the look of the PS5 family of products, mainly from the PS5 console, but instead of flat edges, there are more rounded parts since it is meant to have constant human contact. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Sony PlayStation VR2 Reveal Headset Controllers
The goal for Sony was to create a headset that not only is a decorative piece, but also keeps players immersed in the game world, to the point where one nearly forgets they’re using a headset or controller. Other features include an adjustable scope on the headset that lets you adjust how close or far it is from the face and placement of the stereo headphone jack. When PS VR2 launches, you’ll be able to experience 4K HDR graphis rendering, enhanced tracking (inside-out camera tracking), and the new PlayStation VR2 Sense Technology. Development kits are already in the hands of publishers, so the launch is coming sooner than you think.

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Sony PlayStation VR2 Reveal Headset Controllers

When I started to work on the design for the PlayStation VR2 headset, one of the areas I wanted to focus on first was the idea of creating a vent in the headset to let air out, similar to the vents on the PS5 console that allows airflow. Our engineers came up with this idea as a good way to allow ventilation and avoid having the lens fog up while players are immersed in their VR games. I worked on many design concepts to achieve this, and in the final design, you can see there is a little space in between the top and front surface of the scope that contains the integrated ventilation, said Yujin Morisawa, Senior Art Director, SIE.

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