PlayStation VR Requires PlayStation Camera to Play (Sold Seperately)
With gamers in mind, PlayStation delivers a new world of unexpected gaming experiences through PlayStation®VR. Play some of the most highly anticipated titles of 2016 on PS VR including an all-new Star WarsBattlefront gaming experience and games like PlayStation®VR Worlds, Golem, and RIGS Mechanized Combat League.
Getting into PlayStation®VR couldn't be easier. Just plug the PlayStation®VR headset and your PlayStation® Camera* into your PlayStation®4 system*. You're ready to go.
The feeling of being there' starts with what you see. Seamless visuals keep you connected to the virtual world through an expansive 5.7 OLED 1080p display running at up to 120 frames per second.
3D Audio with PlayStation®VR means that you'll be able to pinpoint sounds above, below, and all around you. Instinctively turn your head to the source of a single footstep and be able to judge its distance, just as you would in real life.
The PlayStation®VR headset was engineered to be balanced, comfortable, and completely adjustable. It's designed to feel like it's not there - keeping you free from distraction as you explore new gaming worlds.
The LEDs around the PlayStation®VR headset, on the DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller, and the PlayStation®Move motion controller are tracked by the PlayStation®Camera, providing an incredibly precise capture of your natural movement in virtual space.
*PlayStation®4, PlayStation Camera, and PlayStation Move Controllers sold separately
PlayStation VR is out today, and it has the potential to bring virtual reality to a wider audience than its competition thanks to a comparatively cheaper price and the PlayStation 4's install base. We've been spending a lot of time with Sony's headset and we've gathered up all of our coverage into one convenient place.
Learn more about PlayStation VR including the headset review and VR game reviews at Game Informer