Now this is quite the news: we just spotted the PlayStation VR2 Sense controller in SIRIM’s database! Evidently, Sony is hard at work to get the controller registered with the certification body before it can be officially sold here, which suggests that Malaysia could be one of the first markets to get the PS VR2 system.
The PS VR2 Sense controller appeared in SIRIM’s database just today on 20 September. The two controllers (left and right) carry the model numbers CFI-ZCVL1 and CFI-ZCVR1. We know these are the Sense controllers thanks to an image of the product from FCC with matching names.
As previously revealed by Sony, the PS VR2 Sense controller sports the DualSense’s adaptive triggers and haptic feedback for an immersive gameplay experience. Interestingly, the next-gen VR controller also has finger touch detection; it can detect your fingers (without pressing any button) in the areas where you place your thumb, index, or middle fingers.
The PlayStation VR2 is set to hit the market sometime in early 2023 next year, though no other details (including pricing) were announced. Given that the Sense controller has been registered with SIRIM, we reckon Malaysia will be one of the first markets to get the next-generation VR headset.