PlayStation VR reveals final specs.
Yesterday, a video was uploaded stating the specifications for the PlayStation VR. The virtual reality headset will be used for the PS4. The video also shows off the headset’s slick look.
The video reveals that the PlayStation VR has a 5.7 inch OLED display. The headset’s resolution is set at 1920XRGBX1080 with a 120Hz frame rate. The field of view is set at 100 degrees, and have an accelerometer and gyroscope. It’ll have positional tracking with 9 LED lights and 3D audio. The gameplay will be outputted to both the television and the VR headset. The end of the video states that the PlayStation VR will be coming in the first half of 2016.
According to Gamespot, Shuhei Yoshida stated, “Tokyo is working hard to get the system software and the SDK done and continually improve it, to make sure that the experience is great for customers and developers. We also want to make sure that when we launch we also have a good selection of games, so it’s a bit too early to sort out a price and date.”
Something else important to note, is that Andrew House, PlayStation president, said the PlayStation VR will be priced as, “as a new gaming platform.”