Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus, stated that he just tried out the PlayStation VR2 headset and was “blown away” by it.
Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus, revealed that he was “blown away” by the impending VR headgear before to the release of PlayStation VR2, the successor to Sony’s PlayStation VR headset.
According to IGN, in response to a tweet by PlayStation Indies chief Shuhei Yoshida, Luckey stated that he had recently tried the headset.
Recently, when I used PSVR 2, I was blown away, remarked Luckey. “The initial PSVR was undoubtedly the most successful product of the generation, and this new version will be even more successful.”
PlayStation offers an impressive lineup of launch titles for its upcoming virtual reality headset, including VR staples like as Beat Saber and the Moss series, as well as improvements to current titles such as Resident Evil Village and Gran Turismo 7.
Horizon: Call of the Mountain and The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR are among the few PlayStation VR2 exclusive titles currently in development.