Sony announced today, Wednesday, the date for the launch of the PlayStation VR2 virtual reality glasses on the market, in addition to the accessories that will come with it.

Earlier this year, the Japanese technology giant revealed the glasses, in addition to the virtual reality games that will support them.

Sony said in a post on its blog that the PlayStation VR2 will be officially launched on the market on February 22, 2023, and the charging base for the PlayStation VR2 Sense game controller will be available on the same day.

The company explained that the PlayStation VR2 glasses will be sold at a price of $ 549.99, and in the box comes the glasses, PS VR2 Sense joysticks, and stereo headphones.

Another box including the above, plus a coupon code to purchase Horizon Call of the Mountain, will be available for $599.99. The joystick charging station retails for $49.99.

Sony said that gamers can easily charge the PS VR2 Sense controller through the charging station, without having to connect it to the PlayStation 5 PS5 game console. She added that indie titles, including Horizon Call of the Mountain, will be available for pre-order starting this month.

Pre-ordering for the glasses will open in some countries, such as the United States and the United Kingdom, from November 15, and those wishing to pre-order can do so starting today through In other countries, the glasses will be sold through retail stores and pre-orders will open on the same date.

Sony PS VR2 Glasses Specifications

The PS VR2 glasses, according to what the company previously announced, have a number of features, such as the glass’s response to movement, eye tracking, 3D audio, and haptic response from the joystick. It is also light in weight and small in size compared to the first generation, and the company has added a ventilation system to allow air to pass through, and the ability to adjust the lenses to comfort the eye.

Today, Sony revealed more specifications, such as each eye will have an OLED screen with a resolution of 2,000 x 2,040 pixels, a refresh rate of 90 Hz or 120 Hz, and a field of view of 110 degrees. The glasses also come with motion sensors, four cameras for tracking glasses and a joystick, and an infrared camera for eye tracking.

Mohmed Abdelaziz

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