Sony aims to manufacture 2 million PlayStation VR2 units by March

Sony is reportedly planning to manufacture 2 million units of its upcoming PlayStation VR2 headset by March.

That’s according to Bloomberg, which reported that mass production of the headset began last month.

Those high production numbers show Sony has an “ambitious” roadmap ahead of the VR2’s release, it said.

Here are Ian’s full impressions of PSVR2, as well as fresh gameplay.

Sources at Sony said the company expects demand for VR2 to be higher than its original headset for PS4, which took eight months to sell a million units.

The same sources claimed Sony would launch the PlayStation VR2 in early 2023 to “coincide with expected relief” from supply chain issues that were causing PS5 stock shortages.

With its VR2 headset, Sony aims to compete in the VR market with its biggest competitor in the industry, Meta. The Meta Quest 2, previously considered a cheap entry-level headset, recently had a price increase of 33 percent.

A price for the VR2 has not yet been officially announced, but it is said to compete with Meta Quest 2.

More than 20 games are in development for the launch of the headset, including in-house projects like Horizon Call of the Mountain and third-party games like Resident Evil Village.

Our resident VR expert Ian Higton picked up the PlayStation VR2 last month, where he was able to try out four titles currently in development for VR2, including Horizon Call of the Mountain and Resident Evil Village, and got away with it. Sony aims to manufacture 2 million PlayStation VR2 units by March

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