According to reports, Sony wants 2 million PSVR 2 units available by March 2023.

For the upcoming generation of virtual reality, Sony has big intentions.

By March of the following year, it hopes to have 2 million PSVR 2 headsets on the market.

Sony is making an effort to make sure that there is a sufficient supply of PS5 consoles accessible to use with the new headgear.

The gear won't be backwards compatible with PSVR games and will only function with the PS5.

PSVR 2 seems prepared to provide it a boost in the game industry.

With OLED HDR displays, you can anticipate a 2,000x2,040 per-eye resolution out of the gate.

A maximum refresh rate of 120Hz, and a field of view of 110 degrees.

The look of the PlayStation VR 2 matches that of the PS5.

It is sleek, rounded on both sides, and since light-tracking via an external camera is no longer required,

The main benefit of this is that it provides input for gaming together with haptic feedback, adjustable triggers, precise tracking, and finger touch detection.