PlayStation's updated VR headset will launch in the first few months of 2023, according to Sony.
Announced at this year's CES conference, the updated VR headset will be capable of 4K HDR support, with a 2000X2040 resolution on an OLED display.
The boosted specs matches the more powerful technology available with PlayStation 5.
For people worried about their living room looking like a mad scientist's lab with cables sprawled across the floor, Sony has confirmed that the new headset will use a USB-C cable to connect to the console.
A bevy of first-party and third-party titles are in development for the device, including a game set in the 'Horizon' universe.
Sony President Jim Ryan said earlier this year "right now, there is a considerable amount of money being spent on partnerships with independent and other third-party developers to secure a considerable pipeline of attractive VR content at the launch of PlayStation VR2."
"That energy, that effort and that money will continue to grow as the installed base of PlayStation VR 2 headsets grows also."
Sony's first stab at a VR headset was released in 2016, and it boasted first and third-party titles such as 'Doom 3 VR', a VR edition of 2021's 'Hitman 3', a VR version of 'No Man's Sky' and 'Resident Evil 7'.
VR headsets have sold well, but still remain in the realm of hobbyists as opposed to the mainstream.
2020's 'Half-Life: Alyx' has been touted as a major step forward for VR and adaptation of the technology.
No word as of yet on a solid release date for PlayStation VR 2, but we will be living in what Jamiroquai called 'Virtual Insanity' sometime in early 2023.