Posted May 29, 2018 10:20:13When it comes to virtual reality headsets, the PlayStation 4 has been the go-to.
Its got a lot of great features and it has a lot more options than its rival, the Oculus Rift.
But the PlayStation VR has a few other tricks up its sleeve.
First off, it’s got the most advanced VR support of any headset, with full positional tracking and support for all your favorite game controllers.
Second, it comes with a great suite of VR games.
For the most part, these games are very, very good, with some notable exceptions.
But the PlayStation VR also has a number of shortcomings.
It doesn’t offer positional tracking, and its headset’s camera is not always as good as the Oculus’.
The PlayStation Vr also doesn’t support PSVR games, but the Oculus does.
Finally, the PSVR lacks the PlayStation Camera, the feature that lets you use the PSVR’s camera to record and upload your gameplay footage to Twitch.
If you’re a Twitch streamer, this could be a huge plus.
But if you’re just a Twitch watcher, the camera might be a bit of a hassle.
And there’s one big problem with the PlayStationVR.
Because it’s a VR headset, it has to be paired with a PSVR, or a PlayStation VR camera.
The PSVR has two lenses, so the PlayStation camera has to get the headset on and be paired to it.
To get a PlayStation camera on, you have to find a PS VR camera with a compatible PSVR headset, and pair it with the headset.
That’s a process that requires a lot work.
Sony announced its PSVR last fall, and the company says that the PlayStation headset works with the Oculus and the HTC Vive.
But it’s not clear if these headsets will work with the PS VR.
If the PlayStation’s camera doesn’t work, or the PlayStation doesn’t pair with the Rift or the HTC, the headset will simply not work.
The company also didn’t clarify when the PS VR would be available in stores.
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