Sonys upcoming PlayStation VR2 headset goes well, a great deal, bringing about a new generation virtual reality experience. For those who do not want VR, there’s bad news: VR 2 won’t support first PS VR.

The news was broadcast on the PlayStation blog on September 16th in episode 439 of the Official PlayStation Podcast. Hideaki Nishino, senior vice president of platform development at Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), appeared on the podcast in which she talks about everything PS VR2.

PS VR Games aren’t compatible with PS VR2, because PS VR2 is meant to deliver a real next-generation VR experience, according to Nishino around 29.12.

According to Nishino, the PS VR2s advanced features like a new controller that has haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, inner-out tracking, eye tracking, and HDR, require a different approach to game development than the VR VR.

While that’s likely the case for old titles developed for the PS VR2, it seems a bad reason for the PS VR2 to not support old titles.

In other news reports from the post-production phase, the headset will be thinner and lighter than the original PS VR, and will support over 20 titles on release.

Sony’s image credit is full of stars.

PlayStation Media Blog.