Developer tweets first photo of PS VR 2 in the wild, deletes it

We all know it’s coming, but the PS VR2 is still a bit of a mystery for those of us unfamiliar with Sony’s inner workings. However, one developer shared (and quickly deleted) a photo of a PS VR2 in the real world.

The photo came from Bit Planet Games, the developer of Ultrawings and its successor Ultrawings 2. It showed the PS VR2 on a black leather seat.

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It wasn’t much, considering the set wasn’t even in use for the photo, but it was enough to quickly capture the ever-gazing eyes of the internet before the developer had a chance to delete the post without anyone noticing. You can see it for yourself below (via Reddit).

Bit Planet Games has since tried to divert our attention from its misstep and now has tweeted a more casual “Guess what’s coming to PSVR2?” in the wake of the original post (I assume it refers to Ultrawings).

However, this has only led to some funny reactions from the PlayStation community, with many asking if the developer had forgotten something and attaching the original photo to their posts. However, Bit Planet Games seems to be pleased with the error, joking: “Looks fake to us. Seat is bad though.”

Someone then mocked a photo of the PS VR2 as a realistic-looking cake and joked, “It’s so hard to know, isn’t it!”. To this, Bit Planet Games joked that it was “absolutely delicious vanilla and dark chocolate flavored cake”.

Meanwhile, earlier this year, we all took a closer look at Horizon: the call of the mountainone of the first games announced for the PSVR2.

Call of the Mountain will be a first-person experience set in the beautiful, post-apocalypse world of Aloy and co. It puts players in the shoes of new character Ryas, a former Shadow Carja Warrior who hopes to redeem himself by investigating a grave threat to the Sundom. While this is the first time in the series that we don’t play as Aloy, she will be appearing during Call of the Mountain along with a host of other familiar faces.

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