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Sony Is Working To Improve Reprojection Tech For PSVR 2 Games Running At 60 FPS

Sony is working to improve its reprojection technology for PSVR 2 games that run at a frame rate of 60 fps.

Speaking during a Reddit AMA, Producer of sci-fi action adventure game Hubris, Koen, stated that Sony is looking to improve the reprojection software that is used to reproject a PSVR 2 game internally running at 60 fps to 120 fps. This should theoretically improve the user experience for games that natively run at a frame rate of 60 fps.

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With regards to Hubris, the Cyborn developer mentioned that the game’s resolution is considerably sharper because it can be upsampled a lot due to foveated rendering. Therefore, the texture detail will look much sharper then on PC unless the game runs on a very high-end system that is capable of 2-3x supersampling of the rendered output.

Koen mentioned that the studio released a major patch that addressed a lot of the issues with the PC version of Hubris, including improved¬† voice overs, improved reloading, updated AI, and the addition of a soundtrack. They mentioned that the PSVR 2 will get better with every update. A good example of this, according to them, will be future improvements made to the headset’s reprojection system, which Sony is currently working on.

Previously, it was reported that Sony is happy with the positive reactions that PSVR 2 has garnered, and that the console maker has many titles planned for the platform in the year 2023 and beyond. Speaking during a recent interview with Famitsu, the President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Jim Ryan, stated that the new VR headset had launched very recently, so it may be a little early to judge its popularity. Regardless, he said that the company is happy to see it get positive reactions from users as well as the media.

According to Jim Ryan, more than 40 VR titles have been released close to the launch of PSVR 2. He added that there are many more titles to look forward to in the year 2023 and beyond. Ryan stated that Sony will continue to push its latest headset forward, so that those who purchase the PSVR 2 can enjoy it for a long time and that the company may also make money.

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