I'm sorry, I'm having a hard time believing anyone is exclusively a vr player.
This is a bit of a weird one though. Bummer.
It seems like there just so preoccupied with emphasising games that work well with the SSD, etc, that they just can't even with other big selling points like BC she vr.
Is this going to make me go Xbox? Nope~
Originally i actually was, i bought my PS4 pretty much to play VR in fact it was tetris effect that finally got me to get a ps4 and the entire VR rig for the first year or so i pretty much exclusively bought just VR titles but then after a while i decided to see what else there was on PS4 that wasn't VR games as it seemed a huge waste to totally ignore the rest of the library. So now im half & half i still get any new VR titales that appear for PS4 in fact the newest one i picked up was the new densha de go game from japan but i also keep an eye on regular stuff too although there's an obscene amount of the ps store i haven't looked through so there's loads of interesting games i have missed and struggle to find as i jumped onto PS4 super late.
Going back to the topic i think it's a smart idea not to just go dive into a sequel to PSVR. Gamers are impatient creatures and may hate this decision & say it's wrong and vr is already dead so waiting that time will be a disaster but to be honest why rush. Sony need to establish the PS5 userbase first as at the moment hardly anyone even has one. Also it gives them time to actually make software or have 3rd parties make games. People seem to love to shit on PSVR but least it actually has some pretty nice games in there and not everything is some janky experience posing as a game, for a sequel to PSVR to work it needs a library of games to go with it.