New PlayStation VR Model CUH-ZVR2 Showcased in New Videos; New Trailer Shows the Games

New Videos from Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan and Asia show the new PlayStation VR model in action, alongside quite a few games.

on October 13, 2017 3:34 AM

Sony Interactive Entertainment will launch the new PlayStation VR model CUH-ZVR2 in Japan tomorrow (October 14th), and today the local house of PlayStation is paving the way with plenty of video content.

The first three videos released are tutorials for the headset, similar to the ones released a year ago, but prepared for the new model, which gives us a good chance to check out the differences, which are mostly in the cables, the position of the headset jack, and of some of the buttons.

The first shows the content of the box, the second moves on to setup and connection, while the third explains preparation to play and removal of the headset.

A fourth video was also released, and it’s a sizzle reel trailer with some of the most relevant games released for PlayStation VR in Japan. Of course, some are international titles, but there are a few only for the local market for now.

We get to see The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, Bravo Team, Gran Turismo Sport, Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo Seven Days Etude, Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV, No Heroes Allowed! VR, Resident Evil VII Biohazard‘s Not a Hero DLC, Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner M∀RS, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, Dark Eclipse, The Inpatient, Gungrave VR, Doom VFR, and more.

You can check all the videos below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy the first high resolution pictures of the new model, which will also come to the west in due time.




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