Following his talk at CES 2017 this week, Sony President Kaz Hirai spoke to Daily Star about the company’s virtual reality device, acknowledging that it could do with some improvements in the future. During the interview, he was asked about some of the issues that players have been reporting with their PSVR devices, in response to which Hirai said that the device “probably” needs “a lot of improvement where it makes sense.”
He then said that the current PSVR device is a “first version,” later noting “PlayStation is a business that is known to iterate and to evolve hardware products.”
New and improved PSVR hardware doesn’t equate to higher price tags, however. Hirai explained:
[Improvements] have to be balanced with cost considerations as well, because it is a consumer product for gamers so we don’t want to say it’s lighter, whiter or whatever, but it’s going to cost triple. That’s not going to happen.
What improvements do our readers want to see in PSVR?
[Source: Daily Star]