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PSVR 2 head size – Everything you need to know

Head too big? Read below to see if you can fit that gigantic dome into the PSVR 2

Updated: Feb 21, 2023 1:09 pm
PSVR 2 head size – Everything you need to know

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With PS VR2 set to release on 22nd February 2023, every PlayStation gamer is wondering what the PSVR 2 head size would be. 

Sony PSVR 2





4 embedded cameras for headset and controller tracking​ IR camera for eye tracking per eye


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

Display resolution

2000 x 2040 per eye OLED panels

FOV (field of view)

Approx. 110 degrees

Refresh rate

90Hz, 120Hz

If you are planning on pre-ordering the PSVR 2 and are unsure whether it would fit your head, don’t worry!

In this article, we will help you find out the PSVR 2 head size so you can make an informed purchase decision when ordering your PSVR 2 headset. So let’s dive right in.

What Is the PSVR 2 Head Size?

Since the first PSVR headset came with an ergonomic design that was ideal for all head sizes, the PlayStation team maintained the same concept for the PSVR 2 headset.

The first PSVR headset had external dimensions of approximately 187 x 185 x 277 mm (width x height x length). It came with enough additional padding and stretch to fit any head size. 

Does the PVSR 2 fit big heads

Head size is a bit of a weird metric, with loads of variance from person to person. However, when we tested it for our full PSVR 2 review, we found it to comfortably fit with no issues. And remember, we’re gaming and tech journalists, so if it can fit over our heads, you’ll have no problems.

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The PSVR 2 comes with a field of view of about 110 degrees. The team paid close attention to the comfort and weight of the headset so players can have an adjustable and simple headband. 

To maintain its original concept, the PlayStation team also made the scope of the PSVR 2 headset adjustable. As a result, you can adjust the scope to keep the scope area closer or further away from your face.

So even if you have a fairly big head size, you don’t need to worry about your PSVR 2 headset not fitting your head. What’s more, the PSVR 2 is also going to be lighter and slimmer than the first VR headset. So you won’t feel a strain even if you play for extended hours.


If you’re eager to know everything about the PSVR 2, you’re in luck, as we’ve written a lot of pages about the PSVR 2. For your convenience, we’ve listed it all below!

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