New PS VR Hardware Incoming

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Sony revealed today that it's working on a new PlayStation VR model. It has an updated Processor Unit that supports HDR.

On top of that, the cable connecting the headset and the Processor unit is slimmer for better usage comfort.

The past headset demonstrates number was CUH-ZVR1, and the new PlayStation VR headset has a model number of CUH-ZVR2.

Sony is further expanding strongly into the world of virtual reality with none other than their trusted PS VR headset.

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"A hardware update to PlayStation VR is being prepared". "Also, the product image on the packaging will be updated to show changes on the new model, like the integrated headphones on the VR headset". However, the price was dropped a little with the intention of making the headset more affordable, allowing gamers to enjoy popular games such as Robinson: The Journey and Farpoint, Superhot VR and so on. For existing owners wanting to get the most of their HDR functionality, it doesn't look like you'll be able to just purchase the upgraded processor unit according to the system's FAQs page.

As yet there are no details on a confirmed release date, and it's likely that both models will be available for a short time, so make sure you check the model number before purchasing. As per a report by The Verge, the new PS VR headset comes with smaller tweaks and optimisations that iron out the minute problems and issues reported by the customers while using the original headset.

Pricing will remain unchanged, so assuming the headset comes to the United Kingdom, you'll be able to pick one up for £349. With the new processor unit, they'll only have to turn off the headset to do the same.

It's not yet clear whether the new model will come to Europe and Australia; Sony's announcement blog only mentions North America and no such announcement has been made on Sony's European or Australian channels.

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