PlayStation 5 Will Come With VR Support, While Xbox Two Scarlett May Not
Gather around PlayStation and Xbox fans, we got new details for you regarding the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two “Scarlett” which some of you may take it as bad news. Apparently, the former will likely come with VR support, while the latter may not.
Virtual Reality And The Next-Gen Hardware
Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams’ head developer Andrea Marinelli at Front Earth Studio spoke with Gaming Bolt. On the interview, the developer talks about VR and its relationship with the next-generation hardware.
“I hope they’ll be powerful enough to make sure they’ll handle really good higher resolution VR headsets, and most importantly I hope they’ll release a VR bundle with much improved VR inputs,” Marinelli told GamingBolt. “It would be really cool to have inputs made specifically for VR.”
Will The PS5 and Xbox Two Come With VR Support?
It’s no secret that tech enthusiasts and gamers alike all hyped up for the upcoming video game consoles – PS5 and Xbox Two – which is why it comes to no surprise that many are always on the lookout for new details about the two. And in this case, many are wondering if both of them will come with VR support.
For the PS5, Marinelli thinks that Sony will give the PS5 VR support. This is because the company has seen a growing and potential market.
“For Sony? Probably yes, they’re seeing a growing and potential market.”
On the other hand, with the Xbox Two, the developer isn’t sure whether it will come with VR support and says that it’s hard to tell.
“For Microsoft, it’s hard to tell, because they seem to [be] ignoring VR a bit this last generation.”
About Frost Earth Studio
Frost Earth Studio is a VR development company. They develop VR games for Oculus Rift, PSVR, and HTC Vive.
One of the games they’ve developed is Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams which lets you explore different kinds of imaginary environments and discover amazing new emotions in wonderful virtual dreams. It is available for PS4 and PC.
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