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Sony’s PlayStation VR2 headset is coming “early 2023,” according to company posts Twitter and Instagram. Sony has been spreading information about the upcoming headset for the past few months and now at least we have a timetable for when we can get our hands on the hardware.

While the company released details about the headset’s design earlier this year, it still hasn’t announced a price. It holds great promise for the PlayStation VR2 though – it will feature displays capable of 4K resolution that can operate at 90 or 120 Hz, have a 110-degree field of view and use foveated rendering, which makes certain parts of the image sharper than others. to make things easier on the computer (or, in this case, the PlayStation 5). The company also says it connects to your console with a single USB-C cable.

Sony has already announced that it will have a lineup of about 20 “big” games available when it launches. The titles contain games set in the Horizon and Walking Dead universes, as well as VR versions of No Man’s Sky and Resident Evil Village.

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