As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, finger touch detection allowing the device to detect your fingers without pressing in any areas where you would normally place your thumb, index or middle fingers. As such, this allows you to make more natural gestures with you hands in-game.
Meanwhile, tracking is supported via the PSVR headset — the design of which has yet to be revealed — via a tracking ring located across the bottom of the device.
The PSVR 2 controller will also featured haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, which you can read more about here.
Sony hasn’t announced the release date for the PSVR 2 yet, but we’ll bring you more details about the device as soon as they become available.
[Source – PlayStation Blog]