Sony Interactive Entertainment/PlayStation President and CEO Jim Ryan (Jim Ryan) said in an interview with the “Washington Post” game industry that the launcher Nowadays He believes that virtual reality will not become a “meaningful part of interactive entertainment” for some time. According to him, the “future of VR” will not be realized until next year. At least until 2022, this may mean that there are no new PSVR 2 headsets.
The future of PlayStation VR
The entire content of the interview is immersion and how the PS5 can more directly touch your senses by using 3D audio and the impressive haptic feedback and adaptive triggers of the DualSense controller. As I explained in this week’s editorial, the controller is very impressive and heralds the future development of VR haptics and interactive technology-that is, assuming it is first used in VR games.
In the previous interview, Jim Ryan seemed unconvinced about the prospects of VR, even though PSVR sold more than 5 million headsets:
“I think we are still a few minutes away from the future of VR,”; Ryan said. “PlayStation believes in VR. Sony believes in VR, and we absolutely believe that at some point in the future, VR will represent an important part of interactive entertainment. Will this year? No, next year? No. But will it be at some stage? We believe. We are very satisfied with all the experience gained on PlayStation VR and look forward to seeing what the future will bring us.”