We all love the PlayStation VR Headset for its amazing 3D experience and to add more to our amazement, the company has launched an upgraded version of it. The upgraded version differs from the previous version in terms of design and the processor unit has also been improved to much extent so now the HDR support is more convenient. According to Sony’s official statement on its blog, regarding the new version of PlayStation VR, it says:

A hardware update to PlayStation VR is being prepared. The new version, model number CUH-ZVR2, features an updated design that enables the stereo headphone cables to be integrated with the VR headset and a slimmer, streamlined connection cable. There’s also an updated Processor Unit that supports HDR pass through, enabling users to enjoy HDR-compatible PS4 content on a TV without having to disconnect the Processor Unit in between the TV and the PS4 system. This function can be used only when the VR headset is turned off.

%name PlayStation VR Headset gets an upgrade   Tweaked design with improved processing powersPricing and Availability

Speaking of the most important factor, the new version of PSVR will cost exactly the same amount as it was before. Also, the bundles and packages which were in place before this upgrade will also be kept the same. So you get the new model for the old price. About availability, we cannot say much as the company hasn’t yet released an official launch date.

A Bit of A Change

You won’t be able to use your old headset with the new upgraded version and that’s because of the processing upgrades that you’ll see in the upcoming version.

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