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Do you have questions about PSVR2? Sony wants to answer all of them

Do you have questions about PSVR2? Sony wants to answer all of them
Nacho Requena Molina

Nacho Requena Molina

In just two weeks, next February 22 to be exact, Sony launches its new virtual reality glasses, the PlayStation VR2. The launch of this new peripheral comes loaded with quite a lot of controversy, with the price of these as the spearhead of the controversies (it costs more expensive than the PlayStation 5 itself, which is where these glasses are used, to give us an idea).

As Sony is well aware that it is encountering issues around these, the Japanese company has shared a comprehensive “frequently asked questions” document. And when we say “complete” it’s literal: there’s so much information to read that you won’t finish in a day, believe us.

This FAQ has been published in the different PlayStation blogs around the world. In the English has not been less, so you can answer the different doubts that arise thanks to this one. To begin with, the most important thing, which is that the index is separated into the following sections: “Description”, “The PS VR2 helmet”, “The PS VR2 Sense controllers”, “PS VR2 games”, “Transmission and capture” and “Other questions”.

From all the information published, there is a lot to highlight. For example, Sony reiterates that PlayStation VR1 games will not be compatible with VR2 games. It was already known, but now it is even clearer: if you had a good collection in the previous support, we are sorry to tell you that you will not be able to use it.

Likewise, this Q&A also comments on the accessibility options that the virtual reality goggles will have -some functions that we have not known to date-, it specifies data on parental control, how to transmit games through streaming platforms in case you need it or even the games currently in development, with more than 100 according to what they say.

Now it’s up to you to get the information you’re looking for (especially if you’re going to spend the 600 euros they cost).

Nacho Requena Molina

Nacho Requena Molina

Periodista especializado en videojuegos y tecnología. Casi dos décadas dedicado a ello.

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