Sony cut PSVR2 launch sales estimates in half, new report claims
Sony has cut its sales estimates for the first quarter in half PSVR2 According to a new report, spends on the market Bloomberg. The company originally planned to flood the market with 2 million next-gen headsets, but insiders say those proposals have now been reduced to 1 million. This is obviously due to disappointing pre-order numbers.
The report then states that Sony plans to ship another 1.5 million PSVR2 headsets between April 2023 and March 2024. A supply partner has been told to expect fewer orders of the display panel, but may come back for more if demand for the device picks up. PSVR2 is slated to release on February 22, 2023 with showpiece game Horizon Call of the Mountain and over 30 other launch titles.
from the original PSVR The headset had sold five million units as of January 2020, with roughly half of the total ready for purchase at launch, suggesting Sony is investing heavily in optional PS5 add-ons. If the report turns out to be true, the poor pre-order numbers will come as a disappointment to Sony and could affect how much time and effort it spends on the virtual reality device.
From our end, a fresh one PSVR2 hands on The session revealed the support of eye technology to be a big game changer. “All of this comes as the next big step for VR. Using Horizon’s Call of the Mountain as its showpiece product, PSVR2 represents what some PS5 fans feel they’ve yet to experience. Hasn’t gotten from its main console yet: a truly giant leap into the future of gaming technology.”
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