Playstation 5 gets a new Next-Generation Virtual Reality System, Also announcing the State of Play for February 25th.

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Introduced in 2016, The Playstation VR System was first introduced to the world as Project Morpheus. Since its debut, it has sold millions of units worldwide. Hideaki Nishino, Senior Vice President, Platform Planning & Management of Playstation has confirmed that their newest console will be getting its very own Next-Generation VR System.

The company stated that the System will enhance resolution, the field of view, tracking, and input. The headset will connect to the PS5 with a single cord. The system will also feature a new VR controller, which will incorporate some features from the PS5’s DualSense wireless┬ácontroller and will focus on ergonomics. The New System will not launch in 2021 but wanted to give the fans an update as the development community begins to work on creating new worlds for fans to enjoy. For more information on this new development, Sony’s Playstation Blog has further details, also a reminder for fans there will a State of Play scheduled for February 25th, click here to read more.

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