The VR headset retails for $549.99 and includes a 4K dual OLED panel, eye-tracking, new Sense controllers with haptic feedback, and more.​

Sony’s PlayStation VR2, the next-gen VR head-mounted display, is now available worldwide. Retailing for $549.99, it features a 4K dual OLED panel with 90 Hz and 120 Hz support. It also features eye-tracking, foveated rendering and new Sense controllers with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.

PlayStation VR2 launches with dozens of titles, including Horizon: Call of the Mountain, Resident Evil Village VR, No Man’s Sky VR, Moss Book 1 and 2, Gran Turismo 7 VR, and more. Additional titles are coming after launch, including The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution, and so on.

For more details on PlayStation VR2, check out our feature here. You can also watch an official teardown video here. Though rumors indicated Sony was slashing shipment forecasts due to disappointing pre-orders, the company officially confirmed that production will not be reduced.