New PlayStation VR Model CUH-ZVR2 Revealed With First High Resolution Pictures

New PlayStation VR Model CUH-ZVR2 Revealed With First High Resolution Pictures

New PlayStation VR Model CUH-ZVR2 Revealed With First High Resolution Pictures

The cables to the processor unit are different as well, meaning users of the older PS VR headsets can't simply swap out the unit for the HDR compatible one. This means that you won't need to unplug the unit in order to enjoy HDR content on your TV.

Sony has been offering PlayStation 4 gamers who want to get in on virtual reality action one of the more affordable headsets out there courtesy of the PlayStation VR.

When the new headset arrives on store shelves it'll feature different box artwork and prominently display the model number so that people know what they're buying. Now the Playstation team is looking to make some small, but still very welcome quality-of-life changes to the hardware with the new CUH-ZVR2 model.

The new PlayStation VR headset will be discharged on October 14 in Japan, however, the date for North America is yet to be declared.

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Sony has not announced when the new PlayStation VR will be released, but did say it will be priced the same as the current headset. Previously, you needed to plug your headphones into a panel incorporated into the headset's primary cable, which was prone to tangling.

The changes are the first significant updates since the original headset, which has the model number CUH-ZVR1, first went on sale a year ago.

Sony's CUH-ZVR2 headset will have a better design and a slimmer connection cable. 4K or UHD content was already supported byt the PSVR's processor unit. The price for the newPlayStation Move model will also remain unchanged. The new VR Headset will be bundled with the PlayStation Camera that will cost ¥44,980 which is around $400 in the global market. In the PlayStation blog post announcing the credit card, it was revealed that players would earn significantly more points with every purchase using the card. Do note that the feature can only be used when the headset is switched off.

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