PlayStation is holding a ‘State of Play’ on Thursday, June 2nd that will last for 30 minutes.

According to the PlayStation Blog, the event will include reveals from Sony’s third-party partners and a sneak peek at several games in development for PlayStation VR 2 (PSVR 2), the company’s upcoming virtual reality (VR) headset.

The event will be available on Twitch and YouTube starting from 6 pm ET/3pm PT.

PlayStation held its last State of Play in March, so it’s been months since we’ve seen what Sony has in store.

Sony announced PSVR 2 during its CES 2022 keynote back in January.

On Thursday, in a ‘Game & Network Services Segment’ investor presentation by the company’s president and CEO Jim Ryan, Sony revealed that the PSVR 2 will feature an enhanced 4K resolution with an expanded filed of view, new sensory features, upgrades visual fidelity and enhancing tracking controls. Further, the device will come with “new controller with great ergonomics, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.”

The CEO also revealed that at launch PSVR 2 will support 20+  “major first-party and third-party titles,” including the previously announced Horizon: Call of the Mountain spinoff.

Previous rumours indicate that due to supply chain issues we won’t see PSVR 2 until 2023. 

Source: MobileSyrup

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