Things you may ask about PlayStation VR

Wanna get a PlayStation VR for your PlayStation 4? Well, here’s a FAQs compilation so you won’t be in the dark before buying the new VR headset.

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PlayStation VR will be released soon enough and pre-orders have all been taken by those who are eager to try the latest player in the VR headset game. The allure of the PSVR comes from the fact that it is with a different platform. The PC vs console continues with the conception of the PlayStation’s version of a virtual reality headset.

Both enthusiasts and newbies can benefit from trying out this most ergonomic VR headset according to early testers and reviewers. First, they can give a side by side comparison between the PC driven platform like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift to the PSVR’s console-driven platform.

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What is PlayStation VR and its price tag?

PlayStation VR is our Virtual Reality system for PlayStation 4, available 13th October. The core product includes the PS VR system, headphones and all cabling required, with a suggested retail price of £349.99/€399.99.

What are the requirements to play with the PS VR?

You will need to have a PS VR system, a PS4 and PlayStation Camera. Most games utilise the Dualshock 4 wireless controller. Many PS VR games have an option to enhance their experience through the use of two PlayStation Move motion controllers, while there are a limited number of games that require two. The PS VR exclusive sci-fi FPS game, Farpoint, utilises the PS VR Aim controller to offer a realistic and precise way to control the game.

Where can I buy PS VR?

In Europe, PlayStation VR pre-orders opened in March 2016 and have sold out. But there will be units available at participating retailers on launch day, 13th October 2016.

Can I display my point of view with the PS VR to a separate monitor?

Yes, PlayStation VR displays what you’re seeing in VR or a completely different image as a 2D image on your TV screen via a feature we call “Social Screen.” This allows others to observe and, in some cases, participate. For example, the free launch game The Playroom VR offers several experiences where players are working with, and against, one person wearing the PS VR headset.

What are the specs on PS VR’s screen?

PS VR uses a single 5.7″ 1920 x 1080 resolution full-colour OLED RGB display, also known as “1920 x RGB x 1080.” Unlike other VR displays, the PS VR display uses full Red, Green and Blue sub-pixels to produce a full colour pixel. There are 1920 Red, Green and Blue sub pixels for each of the 1080 lines of pixels, so this is referred to as 1920 x RGB x 1080. This enables PS VR to further immerse the player and deliver a strong sense of presence.

What is PS VR’s latency?

Low latency is critical to delivering an engaging and comfortable VR experience, and PS VR’s latency comes in at less than 18ms (0.018 seconds).
Recent research in VR has deemed 20ms as being the highest acceptable latency before people notice the lag in VR.

How many games are currently in development for PS VR?

Hundreds of developers are currently working on games and experiences for PS VR, with approximately 50 titles slated to launch before the end of 2016. Stay tuned to PlayStation.Blog for more information on games and experiences in development.

Are any games included when I buy a PS VR headset?

The Playroom VR will be a free download for all PS VR owners. PS VR also comes with a free demo disc featuring a wide variety of playable demos.

What is PS VR Cinematic Mode?

This a mode to view the PS4 system UI and all non-VR games and applications on a virtual cinema screen. This screen has varying sizes: Small (117 inches), Medium (163 inches) and Large (226 inches), placed virtually at 6 – 10 feet away (the size of the screen may feel different depending on the individual).

How long can people safely wear PS VR?

PS VR has been designed to be the most comfortable VR headset on the market, and it can be worn for extended periods of time. However, due to the intensity of some of the VR experiences, we recommend you take 15 minute breaks every hour when using PS VR.