PlayStation VR with Camera and Game Bundle
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- Designed to feel like it is not there
- Immerse yourself, involve others
- Pushing the boundaries of play
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Redefine your expectations of immersion in gaming with moments so intense your intuition takes over. Step into incredible virtual worlds and overcome new challenges in extraordinary ways.
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Got a PS4?
You’re ready for PS VR
Just plug in and play. PS VR is powered by PlayStation 4, so you can simply connect the two and step into new experiences in seconds. All you need to start this journey is the PlayStation VR headset, your PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Camera. Then you're ready to go.
Built for everybody
Designed to feel like it’s not there
The headset has been designed to be as light and as comfortable as possible. It’s effortless to slip on and off, while its minimal weight is supported by an adjustable headband that’ll fit everyone.
Immerse yourself, involve others
Let others enjoy a game with or against you with PlayStation VR Social Screen. Project what you see in your headset onto a TV screen so others can jump into the action. You can let others join in even as you lose yourself in your own world.
Best-in-class virtual reality
Pushing the boundaries of play
PS VR will let you play in ways and places you never thought possible thanks to an advanced, custom OLED screen that displays images at a super-smooth 120Hz, 360-degree vision and true 3D audio that lets you pinpoint sounds all around you. So you can lose yourself in games custom-built for PS VR, including RIGS Mechanised Combat League and VR Worlds.
The feeling of ‘being there’ starts with what you see. Combining landscape-scanning and an expansive 5.7” OLED 1080p display at 120 frames per second, you can experience detailed 3D environments of the highest quality to immerse yourself in the game.
360 Degrees of Audio
See the future
5.7” OLED screen
See hyper-real 3D environments come to life with a custom OLED screen.
360 degree vision
Whichever way you turn the 360 degree immersion of PS VR makes you part of a living, breathing world with a seamless field of view.
120 frames per second
Smooth visuals and super low latency combine to create an incredibly immersive gaming world.
- Display method: OLED
- Panel size: 5.7 inches
- Panel resolution: 1920 x RGB x 1080 (960 x RGB x 1080 per eye)
- Refresh rate: 120Hz, 90Hz
- Field of view: Approximately 100 degrees
- Sensors: Accelerometer, gyroscope
- Connection interface: HDMI, USB
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What you need
PlayStation Camera, is required for PlayStation VR.
PlayStation Move, sold separately, is supported by some PlayStation VR software.
All titles are compatible with the DUALSHOCK 4, included with every PlayStation 4.
What you’ll find in the PlayStation VR Box
- PlayStation VR headset
- Processor unit
- Stereo earbuds
- HDMI cable
- USB cable
- AC adaptor and power cord
- PS VR headset connection adaptor
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Important: Your PS4 controller needs touch pad, light bar, and gyroscope. I have 2x original controllers and 2x hori controllers with no light bar or gyroscope so they're useless for most psvr games.
Minor annoyance: VR Worlds is a code to download. It's not like I'm a fan of physical copies but it means downloading 15gb before can play. Download PSVR Demo before arrives if want playable immediately after setting up.
Here's the things I was wondering before I made my purchase;
Do you still need glasses if short-sighted? Yes, and it's about as comfortable as you'd imagine.
Does it work on original consoles? Yes. Original (or fat) PS4 has same hardware as slim PS4. PS4 Pro is only console with improved hardware,
Do I need PS move controllers? Rarely, but they may improve level of enjoyment in some games.
Are the PS Move controllers just repackaged PS3 move controllers? Yup, they're the same failed wii-clonetroller.
Why psmove cost 5X more today than they did for ps3? supply and demand.
Surely the ps4move must be improved or better than ps3move? The 3 was improved to a 4 on the box.
Youre obvi salty but what do psmove controllers add that ps4 controllers don't/can't?: Ability to control left hand/right hand independently in some games. And yes, me, I am salty because dual ps4 controllers are hardware-capable of doing same and way more (try holding 2 controllers, totally doable, right??) but sony refuses to add software that would allow pairing 2 controllers. That's just shooting themselves in the foot to recoup the losses on their failed wii-clonetrollers, all entirely speculation on my part but, sony haven't said otherwise ;p
Are psvr games good? Hmm, to be blunt, no they're not, it's only the virtual reality aspect. They are enjoyable games but, most are just re-hashed ideas with a virtual reality twist. There's a few exceptions but they all have caveats, mostly short length and or lack of polish, and or motion sickness.
Motion sickness? Yes. This is a problem. Many games attempt to avoid it by limiting movement to a teleporting action, and segmented turning, both of which take away from the immersion. But playing games with normal movement/turning is just harsh. Doom VFR implemented teleport really well but most games it fills tacked on.
Can PSVR be connected to PC? Youtube videos would indicate yes but I haven't attempted it yet.
Can PSVR use steam on PC? Same as above. I don't use steam often and am not familiar with their VR stuff at all.
Are the games good value? On special most I've paid is $30. There's freebies, too. And if you've been adding ps+ games to your library than you may have some VR games already. I had Here They Lie and Rush Of Blood.
Games to check out?:
VR Play room (games for 1-5 players)
VR Game Demos [part 1]
VR Game Demos [part 2] (better than demo 1, smoother transitions between games and main menu)
Youtube for VR (360' vids = nifty!)
VR Experiences (these found on PS store, very short or non-interactive but many are free)
Paid games imported from ps4;
Skyrim VR (Annoyingly, Fallout 4 VR isn't on PS4. Bethesda hedging their bet, I guess.)
Borderlands 2 VR
Resident Evil 7 (argh, jump scares)
Paid games for PSVR;
Doom VFR (my favourite but only 2-3 hour long campaign, plus some unlockable classic doom levels)
Astrobot Rescue Mission
Blood & Truth
Rush Of Blood (shooter but your on a roller-coaster thingy. I'm not a fan of jump scares. Fun shooter tho and even my tummy lurches a little bit when going downhill like a real roller coaster heh:))
All the above are compatible with PS4 controller. Most have demos. If you've read this far than just buy it already. glhf<3
The standouts for me are Bear Saber, Astro Bot, Borderland 2, Skyrim and Resident Evil 7. If you are interested to play games like you have never before, then do not hesitate to get the PSVR Headset!
I have had issues adjusting when it comes to racing games or those that have a lot of motion, it's frighteningly real going around a track and trying not to lean over as you round a bend. I tend to get a bit nauseated with the movement in these games but I'm told you adjust to it soon enough.
If you're into horror games then this will have you jumping for sure, it gives you the jeebies when something comes running at you, it just adds solidity to things in the game world.
I got this on Black Friday sales but it's worth it regardless. Make sure to get the motion sticks later if you don't get them straightaway, it adds more realism to some games than the controller can manage.
Also I've read the next Playstation will still support this so no need to worry it's going out of date.
Get it now, it's awesome.
Sometimes you forget that you are in a game.
I find the headset a little tricky to wear because my head is a bit small for it but it just takes a little maneuvering and getting used to.
Will be even better when I get my hands on some PlayStation motion controllers also.
Some games make you a little dizzy or queasy, I just close my eyes for a few seconds and breath a few deep breaths or quit those games.
Overall it is worth the experience :)
Incredible detail in creating a new atmosphere where you are totally immersed.
The demo included is a great introduction that is generally gentle with you.