Latest Sony Patent Indicates Possible Wireless PlayStation VR 2 With Cameras

Sony PSVR 2 Play Station VR Patent

Buried under the breaking news of the PlayStation 5's name and release window, PlayStation's European team are reportedly facing a wave of redundancies affecting several divisions and "dozens" of employees at Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe (SIEE).

Another generation of video game consoles approaches, whether we're ready for them or not.

Yesterday, Sony confirmed a lot of new details about the PlayStation 5, perhaps most importantly stating that the console will be out in time for the holiday 2020 season.

The Sony EU Layoffs are likely a effect of the company's restructuring plans which were announced in April of past year, ultimately seeing a shift in management where the American portion of the company takes the lead. The new PSVR 2 controller will even come with a camera, with it all detailed in a recently-published patent that was approved, and published on October 3, 2019.

These updates may not be a huge surprise, but we wanted to confirm them for our PlayStation fans, as we start to reveal additional details about our vision for the next generation.

The "more" refers to something I'm quite excited about - a preview of the new controller that will ship with PlayStation 5.

SIEE has been around since the days of the PlayStation One, the first major re-release of the company's inaugural console.

The PlayStation 5 announcement has mostly overshadowed the news of the redundancies. Particularly for the controller, Sony will replace the current rumble technology with a more advanced variant it calls haptic feedback that will apparently offer a "broader range of feedback". With this, you could literally feel involved with the gaming action through sensation. The controller will also feature adaptive triggers incorporated into the trigger buttons (L2/R2). In spite of all the pieces, the PlayStation 4 indicate tournament took situation 9 months earlier than the console's November 2013 launch.

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