Very expected: Sony had a lot to tell investors at Thursday’s investor presentation. Not only did he confirm three more TV adaptations of the game, but he also revealed a couple of bits and pieces regarding the upcoming PS VR2.

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Update (05/27/22): Shortly after Sony’s publication announced her next State of Play presentation is scheduled for June 2. Sony plans to showcase 30 minutes of PlayStation news and updates, including a sneak peek at several PS VR2 games. Although it’s still six days away, you can bookmark this article and watch the PlayStation State of Play below, or find it on Twitch or YouTube. The program begins June 2 at 6:00 pm ET.

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A Few Sony Items indicated investors about PlayStation VR2 we already knewFor example, new motion controllers will have haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. He also confirmed that the PS VR2 will only have one cord, which forks directly to the PlayStation 5 instead of a hub.

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What was news is that the new VR headset will be released with over 20 “first-person core games”. One such game is the Horizon spin-off titled “Horizon Call of the MountainThe Horizon VR game seems like a good launch choice, and it’s sure to sell a few copies. Still, players need options, so a solid initial lineup of games is vital.

While it’s still too early to tell how much content will be available for PS VR2 upon release, having 20 or more of your own games is a good sign. When Sony launched its first VR headset in 2016, with just over 40 games on it. Only one was from PlayStation Studios (The Playroom VR), and many of them looked more like tech demos or minigames than “big” games.

Content drives hardware sales. If only Sony releases 20 games and third-party developers stay on par with their previous generation releases, PS VR2 can expect 60 or more games on the first day. Notable VR ports like Horizon, Gran Turismo, and Uncharted, combined with significant third-party contributions (fingers crossed: Half-Life Alyx), could accelerate early adoption much faster than a first-generation headset.