Sony New PlayStationVR 2 Highlights Includes Transparent Mode and Broadcasting Sony has stated that the PlayStationVR 2 will use four onboard cameras to let players see the real world (transparent mode) and establish safe perimeter zones. The PSVR 2 headset was announced on the PlayStation Blog, which revealed new information about the console. For example, like the Meta Quest 2 or Pico Neo Link 3's black and white passthrough option, the PSVR 2 has a black and white passthrough option. If you want to, you can quickly look at your surroundings by selecting the "View Surroundings" option from a menu. You can also start setting up your VR area by using the 'Set Play Area' function. This works similarly to other headsets, with the motion controllers being used to point around the play area and create virtual barriers. PSVR 2 may also scan the environment itself to provide an initial layout, detecting things like sofas. You will be informed when you approach those limits. The next wave of virtual reality headsets, such as Meta's Project Cambria, will offer color passthrough to give you a more accurate representation of the environment. However, it appears that PSVR 2 will not have a color option. The system may also record player's own reactions if they're using the PS5 HD Camera (it doesn't appear that the original PS4 camera for PSVR 1 can be used).The system can log player reactions if they're using the PS5's HD Camera (it doesn't appear that the original PS4 camera for PSVR 1 can be used). The headset has yet to be released, but Sony promises that more information on the device and upcoming games will be provided "soon." I'm hoping we're talking weeks rather than months. What do you think about this Guide? Let us know below. Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter for latest updates. For latest news in your hands Follow us on Google News.