There’s been all kinds of speculation about PSVR2 and its supposedly slower than expected launch. Bloomberg had previously reported that Sony had cut its production plan for the peripheral’s launch by more than half, although this was all based on its own calculations, and the Japanese giant would go on to deny them. It since followed up with a second article late last month, citing analysts which claim the headset has got off to a “slow start” and will need a price cut to avoid “disaster”.
Now renowned Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the firm has cut its proposed PSVR2 production plan by 20 per cent in 2023. This is obviously nowhere near as bad as Bloomberg’s original report, but is in no way a positive result either – assuming it’s true.