The PlayStation VR2 (PSVR2) is set to usher in a new generation of VR games this 2023, and thanks to recent hardware control standards, porting games to the PSVR2 has never been easier.
An article from issue #380 of EDGE magazine highlights how VR games are much easier to develop for multiple platforms, according to “The Last Worker” Creative Director Ryan Bousfield.
If you look at the PSVR2 controller, it’s very much like the Oculus controller.
Companies are standardising. A few years ago, you had the Vive wands, and Oculus’s various controllers, and then the PS Move that didn’t even have D-pads.
Building VR games that feel immersive requires developers to tune their games based on the platforms they’re building for, and this used to be an issue when VR headsets were wildly different from one another.
The Last Worker Dev: It's Now Easier to Port Non-PSVR Games to PSVR2 Due to Control Standards
Thanks to recent hardware control standards, it's easy for developers to port non-PSVR games to the PSVR2, according to a dev of "The Last Worker."