04 June 1402 at 16:16
Capcom announced the support of Resident Evil 4 remake for PS VR2 headset. It also released a trailer for Resident Evil 4 Remake in virtual reality mode.
During the recent PlayStation event, Capcom officially announced that Resident Evil 4 Remake will support the PS VR2 virtual reality headset in the future. With the support of the PlayStation VR 2 headset, players can have an even deeper and scarier experience than the remake of this popular version of the Resident Evil franchise.
Resident Evil 4 remake support for PS VR2 headset
According to Capcom, PlayStation 5 users will receive a free update for the game Resident Evil 4 Remake, through which it will be possible to experience the game with a VR2 headset. During the said event, the company did not specify when exactly this game will be supported by Sony’s virtual reality headset. In the following, see the released trailer of the VR mode of the remake of Resident Evil 4:
Previously, Capcom had made it possible to experience several versions of the Resident Evil series with a virtual reality headset. For example, Resident Evil Village supports the PlayStation VR 2 headset. Now, with the overwhelming feedback that the Resident Evil 4 remake received, the company is bringing virtual reality support to it.
It should be noted that during the recent PlayStation event, Sony unveiled the Project Q handheld console. This device is actually a combination of an 8-inch screen and Dual Sense PlayStation 5 controller. The company also introduced the first console-specific wireless earbuds that are compatible with PCs and the Project Q console.