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The PlayStation VR is the most anticipated development in the world of virtual reality at the moment. It’s easy to use, accessible and every PlayStation owners dream.
The device enters the arena with a bang and features a 5.7in 1920×1080 full-HD OLED display, that’s 960×1080 per eye, 100-degree field of view and a 18ms response time. The headset vastly improves on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive’s 90Hz refresh rate by offering 120Hz, which means it can render games at 120fps. All of this means that you can expect an experience nearly indistinguishable from real life.
The PlayStation VR goes up against the likes of the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive at the substantially lower price point of £349 – that’s £150 and £200, respectively. It’s cheaper than either of the other major devices. Not only that, but where either of the other devices require a high-end PC to run, the PlayStation VR requires only a stock PS4 and nothing more.
As for the release date? Well, things get a little tricky here, but we’ve finally got confirmation on an official release date. Remember when VRSE suggested that the official launch of the PlayStation VR could have been as soon as April 2016? It was consistent with Sony’s 2015 prediction of “First half of 2016,” and got more than a few fans excited. Alas, it was not meant to be. Since then, VR enthusiasts have been patiently waiting for some indication as to an official launch date and were finally rewarded at E3 2016 when Sony broke the long awaited news that PlayStation VR will be available for purchase from 13 October 2016.
The PlayStation VR goes up against the likes of the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive at the substantially lower price point of £349 – that’s £150 and £200, respectively, cheaper than either of the other major devices. Not only that, but where either of the other devices require a high-end PC to run, the PlayStation VR requires only a stock PS4 and nothing more.
The PlayStation VR won’t use power directly from you PS4. Instead, it comes with an additional box that connects to the PS4. You’ll also get a output cable that plugs into your TV so that you can share your VR gaming experiences with anyone else in the room.
Thus far reviews have been positive. The device’s ease of use and comfort have found much praise. Sony took the time needed to polish the PlayStation VR and it has clearly paid off. This is VR made accessible to the masses.
About 50 games, including Batman Arkham VR, Resident Evil 7, Job Simulator and Star Wars: Battlefront X-Wing VR are planned for release within the first month of the PlayStation VR launch date.