Virtual reality is not useful for PlayStation games
Virtual reality is not useful for PlayStation games

According to Sony, virtual reality may not have much progress in a short period of time, and virtual reality may take up to two years.

"In the near future, virtual reality will not be a useful part of interactive entertainment," said Jim Ryan (Jim Ryan), CEO and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment (Sony Interactive Entertainment).

Ryan told The Washington Post that virtual reality still has a long way to go, despite asserting that Sony has not abandoned this environment.

The statement indicated that Sony's PlayStation VR update still had a long way to go.

He added: (PlayStation) believes in virtual reality, Sony (Sony) believes in virtual reality, we definitely believe that (VR) will be an integral part of interactive entertainment at some point in the future, but this will not happen. Not this year. Or up next year.

He said: We are very satisfied with all the experiences we have gained (PlayStation VR) and look forward to future developments.

He said that the next device (PlayStation 5), which will be released on November 12, will support the old (PlayStation VR) glasses through a special adapter.

The company provides free adapters that allow players to use glasses on the next platform. The platform stand continues to support the glasses and comes with the arrival of Hitman 3 (PSVR).

It's not a good idea to tie the success of virtual reality to the times ahead and rule out issues that will be useful in 2020 or 2021 - at least when compared to Facebook competitor Sony, which recently released Oculus Quest. 2.

Sony has always been keen on its virtual reality projects.

“Virtual reality is very important to us,” PlayStation Systems Engineer Mark Cerny said in April 2019. However, he did not provide any other details.

Dominic Mallinson, head of research and development, said: The PlayStation 5 will not appear next to the new glasses.

Mallinson appears to take the next generation of PSVRs for granted and debate as eye tracking and updated controls.

Ryan described virtual reality as an unproven space last month, but Sony is still very intrigued and passionate about it.

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