Sony PS VR2 Launches Around the Globe With Over 40 Titles; Tohru Okada, Creator of the Iconic PlayStation Tune, Passes Away
After a ton of waiting around, the PlayStation VR2 has finally dropped, with over 40 launch titles to experience right from the get-go.
The next generation console features exciting new additions, which includes the headset’s 4K resolution output. Plus, the PSVR2 even offers HDR with refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. When it comes to the controllers, players get adaptive triggers, haptic feedback and finger touch detection as well.
And these features come in clutch during playthroughs of some of PSVR 2’s launch titles, which are headlined by Horizon Call of the Mountain and Gran Turismo 7. Some of the other high-profile games on the list include Resident Evil Village, No Man’s Sky, Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge, and more.
PS VR2 is out now with more than 40 games available, and more on the way.
Buy now directly from PlayStation: https://t.co/J9SKC16ZN8 pic.twitter.com/VGQVjpOKqc
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) February 22, 2023
Tohru Okada, the man behind PlayStation’s iconic tune, passes away
Tohru Okada, the creator of the iconic PlayStation tune has passed away at the age of 73. News about Okada’s demise was confirmed by his band Moonriders on Twitter.
We love you pic.twitter.com/CyvjEj6pFJ
— moonriders_net (@moonriders_net) February 22, 2023
Okada’s affiliation with the gaming scene saw him be a part of legendary tunes, headed by the PlayStation clip that we all are familiar with. Other than his work for Sony PlayStation, Okada was also part of the Crash Bandicoot franchise as well.
RIP Tohru Okada the creator of this iconic (understatement) intro sound. What a legacy to leave behind pic.twitter.com/LJF4G43bYd
— Bullshit Man (@touch_d1c_) February 22, 2023