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PlayStation VR2 Broadcasting Option, See-Through View and More Revealed

Sony comes back to talk about PlayStation VR2, showing all the new features of the new generation of virtual reality, including a See-Through View.

PlayStation VR2 is still a long way from release, but Sony has recently shown the new potential of the new generation of virtual reality. On the other hand, the previous generation was an excellent attempt to create a VR station at a budget price. Check out all the new features of PlayStation VR2, including the all-new See-Through View below.

PlayStation VR2 Broadcasting Option, See-Through View Unveiled

playstation vr2 broadcasting option, see-through view

With PlayStation VR2 it looks like that Sony wants to do things bigger, because at the launch of the new headset there will be as many as 20 exclusive video games. Among these is Horizon: Call of the Mountain, a spin-off of the Guerrilla saga that really seems to want to raise the bar for VR productions.

In this recent hours, Sony has published a new post on the official PlayStation blog, revealing a series of news regarding the PlayStation VR2. “The road to launch for PlayStation VR2 is in full swing,” says Sony, just before starting to show all the new features that will be introduced with the headset.

The first is the See-Through View with which you will have the opportunity to look around without removing the viewer. Thanks to the PlayStation VR2’s built-in front camera, users can press the function button on the headset or use the tab in the Control Center to switch between viewing their surroundings and viewing on PS VR2.

Then, by connecting a PS5 HD Camera it is also possible to broadcast yourself while playing, maybe to create clips or videos of yourself while you play.

With PlayStation VR2 it will also be possible to create a custom play area. The cameras will let you to scan the room, while the PS VR2 Sense controllers will be able to further expand and customize the play area to suit the play style and environment of the room.

Finally, the new virtual reality headset will have two viewing modes called VR Mode and Cinematic Mode.

In VR Mode, it will be possible to enjoy a 360-degree view, and the content will be displayed in HDR video format 4000 x 2040 (2000 x 2040 per eye) with a frame rate of 90 Hz/120 Hz.

As for Cinematic mode, gamers can view the PS5 system and user interface and all non-VR games and media on a virtual cinema screen. The contents will be displayed in 1920 × 1080 HDR format with frame rates of 24/60 Hz and even 120 Hz.

It seems that PlayStation VR2 will be a clear leap from the past, and if the best games on this platform really arrive, it will really be a great hardware.