The brand claims that the PSVR 2 was built with the intention of changing how a game feels and not just how it looks or sounds. It makes perfect sense that the brand would release a new controller for “stronger immersion with adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, finger-touch detection, and more”.
Sony has announced a slew of details for the PSVR 2 controller to complement its design reveal for the peripheral, with finger touch detection and tracking support confirmed for the new device.
The finger touch detection allowing the device to detect your fingers without pressing in any areas where you would normally place your thumb, index or middle fingers. As such, this allows you to make more natural gestures with you hands in-game.
In fact, this VR controller is designed with ergonomics at its core. Its total weight balances well in each hand while remaining comfortable to hold for long periods.
It won't be wireless, though. The headset connects to the PS5 using a single cord, which is still a far more simplified setup than the current PSVR uses. The new PlayStation VR headset will also incorporate the DualSense wireless controller and recently unveiled what the dedicated new PSVR 2 controllers will look like.
From what we can tell so far, they appear to be a huge improvement over the PS Move controllers from the original PSVR, with haptic feedback and finger touch detection.
But the true PSVR 2.0 promises to provide a far greater jump in specs that will ultimately take advantage of the PS5's more powerful hardware—upping its resolution, pixel quality and refresh rate.
According to Techradar, The Gadgetflow