The future PS5 virtual reality headset will take advantage of the table tennis simulation game most loved by virtual table tennis players.
Thanks to the VR, everyone will one day be able to practice their sport or hobby without leaving the house. You can already find a bit of everything in the catalogs of the main helmets, but PSVR 2 is going to have a major title: Eleven Table Tennis, the most realistic ping-pong game (I know, we say table tennis, shhh) in the world.
In an official post on Reddit, the editor announced its intention to offer the game on the new virtual reality headset of the PS5. To the question of a user in the official forum (which gathers 1300 members, calm down), a developer specified:
It’s planned (a PSVR 2 release, editor’s note). The tracking of the controller is the only thing that prevented the release of the game on psvr.
Future controllers will be much more precise and will allow better control of the racquet, in addition to haptic feedback and adaptive triggers launched by the DualSense of the PS5.
Niche community joke aside, in the world of sports simulation, Eleven Table Tennis is considered a monster of realism and precision. The game was released in 2016 on Oculus and Steam VR headsets.