Sony Interactive Entertainment officially announces games, retail price and a set launch date for PlayStation VR2.
|PlayStation VR2 Launch Lineup, Price and Release Date Revealed
As a successor to previous virtual reality headset, Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed their upcoming PlayStation VR2 device for current generation console PlayStation 5 over a year ago while sharing some of its key-features.
Earlier last month, insider report claimed that production for PS VR2 has already started with 2 million units. Sony has recently announced an official retail price for PlayStation VR2, currently scheduled to release on February 22, 2023.
|PlayStation VR2 Sense Controller Charging Station
Official recommended retail price will be $549.99 only, which includes a PS VR2 headset, sense controllers and stereo headphones. A charging station for PlayStation VR2 sense controller will also arrive alongside PS VR2 on launch day.
Moreover, separate charging station for VR2 sense controllers are sold for $49.99 in retail that will keep your console USB ports free. For various other regions, PlayStation VR2 device will be sold through various local retail storefront.
|PlayStation VR2 Horizon: Call of the Mountain Bundle
Sony will be launching a PS VR2 bundle featuring upcoming Horizon: Call of the Mountain for a retail price of $599.99 only. It will include a PlayStation Store voucher code for newest entry in Horizon franchise, set within virtual reality.
A launch lineup for PS VR2 includes After The Fall, Cities VR: Enhanced Edition, Crossfire: Sierra Squad, Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue, Pistol Whip VR, Resident Evil: Village, Dark Pictures: Switchback VR, Light Brigade and lot more.
|PlayStation VR2 Launch Lineup Revealed
Pre-order for PS VR2 headset, games and other accessories will begin later this month, starting November 15, 2022. PS5 console owners can register online at PlayStation Direct right now for opening pre-order through week of launch.
PlayStation VR2 plans to deliver truly next-gen experience but won't be backwards compatible with original PSVR games. Sony claims that developing PS VR2 titles require different approach and over 20 games will be ready on launch.