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Sony-veteranen Shuhei Yoshida er "vildt begejstret over PS VR2"

PlayStation-legenden fortæller om dengang, han "var Kratos" på PS3 og om forventningerne til Horizon Call of the Mountain.

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Den mangeårige PlayStation-chef Shuhei Yoshida havde en travl weekend i Baskerlandet, da han i forrige weekend besøgte Bilbao International Games Conferences (BIG). Her fik han tildelt konferensens ærespris, ligesom han også fortalte om, hvordan Final Fantasy og Dragon Quest var med til at sikre den originale PlayStation succes over rivalerne fra Nintendo.

Endelig var der også tid til at besvare spørgsmål fra pressen, og her på Gamereactor var vi nysgerrige omkring, hvad Yoshida tænker omkring virtual reality og særligt det kommende PlayStation VR2-headset. PlayStation-vetaran var blandt andet med til at præsentere det originale PS VR, der dengang hed Project Morpheus, tilbage i 2014, og han havde bestemt også mange tanker om det nye headset. Her kommer hans fulde svar:

"I'm super excited about PS VR2. I was heavily involved in the making of PS VR. Actually the PSVR project came as a grassroots work from multiple studios, like Santa Monica Studio used God of War on PS3 to create the hand-made VR system. That was really inspirational when I tried it... I was Kratos! It's unbelievable!"

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"So VR, for the first time, the video game world is not behind the screen. It's surrounding you. And the first PSVR, the Oculus Rift and Valve's system, these are the first generation of consumer VR systems, were just good enough to make it comfortable and enjoyable. But we all knew that with more resolution, with more power, with more interactivity, everything technically speaking should be and will be improved", Yoshida-san answers regarding the upcoming PlayStation VR2."

"So because of the console lifecycle, we waited. The launch of PS VR was in 2016, and we announced the launch of PSVR2 next year, so we waited for seven years to release the new experience. And the challenge of a VR system is, unless you try it, you really don't understand, so of course people in the company, we have been using it and we know how great it is to be inside the world of Horizon, and you look up and these Tallnecks walk behind you. So I can't wait to have more people try it. It's very limited at this point. Even journalists are, only a limited number of people have tried it. So I'm looking forward to getting more people to try PS VR2 and start writing about it, talking about it so that everybody has a better idea of what we're bringing to the market".</em>

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