PlayStation VR has been, as Sony experiments with the PlayStation brand go, rather successful. It’s sold pretty well considering the niche market it sits in and it is receiving decent support from developers and studios. We also know that it will be compatible with the upcoming PlayStation 5.
While the exact details on how the compatibility with PSVR and PS5 will work (The Dualshock 5 doesn’t have a lightbar) still remains to be seen, we know that big developers and publishers are working on games for the headset. According to PushSquare, Sony is planning to continue improving the tech and “plans to provide content for a variety of game genres and formats, and make advances in unique and interactive experiences such as VR.”
There are some rumours doing the rounds that Sony is working on a PSVR 2, but it seems the hardware focus for now is squarely on the PlayStation 5, and a new PSVR 2 only coming a bit later in the next generation, hopefully bringing with it better visuals and better tracking that doesn’t require funky looking lights.