Horizon Call of the Mountain is being developed by Guerrilla Games and Firesprite, a smaller studio best known for Run! Sackboy Run that was formally acquired by Sony last year.


Beyond the briefest snippet of a new game, Sony also dropped detailed specs for the PSVR2, intended to be the next-gen version of its virtual reality headset. If you’ve been on the edge of your seat since Sony officially announced the existence of a next-gen headset a year ago, here you go:

Display method​: OLED

Panel resolution:​2000 x 2040 per eye

Panel refresh rate​: 90Hz, 120Hz

Lens separation:​Adjustable

Field of View​: Approx. 110 degrees

Sensors​ — Motion Sensor: Six-axis motion sensing system (three-axis gyroscope, three-axis accelerometer)​ Attachment Sensor: IR Proximity sensor

Cameras​: 4 cameras for headset and controller tracking, ​IR camera for eye tracking per eye

Feedback​: Vibration on headset

Communication​ with PS5: USB Type-C

Audio —​Input: Built-in microphone​, Output: Stereo headphone jack

When PlayStation VR2 comes out, it’ll feature dedicated controllers called the Sense. It’s made up of two components. You hold one in each hand. Seems like that’s a way better fit for the “DualSense” moniker for a controller, no?


Sony did not provide a release date for PSVR2 or for Horizon Call of the Mountain.