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Find a PS VR bundle from an online retailer.

Marvel's Iron Man VR bundle

Suit up as the Armored Avenger in Marvel’s Iron Man VR and face off against one of Iron Man’s greatest foes in high stakes, action-packed battles.  

Bundle includes PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, PlayStation Move controllers, Marvel’s Iron Man VR Blu-Ray Disc, and Demo Disc 3.0

Download free PS VR game demos

Visit PlayStation Store and download two collections of playable PS VR demos – at no extra cost for you to try with your PS4 and PS VR headset.

Demo collection two

  • Battlezone
  • EVE: Valkyrie
  • Moss
  • Star Child
  • The Persistence
  • Thumper
  • Tiny Trax
  • Dino Frontier*
  • Fantastic Contraption*
  • Job Simulator*
  • Raw Data*
  • Rez Infinite

*PS Move required

Demo collection three

  • Astro Bot Rescue Mission
  • SUPERHOT VR
  • Headmaster
  • Resident Evil 7 biohazard teaser demo: The Kitchen
  • Job Simulator*
  • Moss
  • The Persistence
  • Thumper
  • Battlezone

*PS Move required

The Playroom VR

As a special bonus, every PS VR owner can download The Playroom VR from PlayStation Store, for no extra cost – as well as lots of other PS VR experiences that are free to download.

Featuring six fun packed games and a cast of hilarious, loveable VR bots, The Playroom VR is the perfect introduction to the world of PS VR for you and up to four friends.

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Despite launching in 2016, PlayStation VR (or PSVR) remains popular among VR newcomers and purists looking for the best VR headsets. Despite needing a PlayStation console to work, those already embedded in Sony’s console ecosystem can open up a huge library of experimental and action-packed titles that are exclusive to PSVR.

Following the initial success of the platform, Sony rolled out a slightly amended version of the PlayStation VR hardware (model number CUH-ZVR2). With a slightly more streamlined series of cables and integrated stereo headphones, it also supports HDR video passthrough.

While it’s still a little cumbersome to plug in at first, it remains an excellent VR platform, with a variety of bundle options allowing players to jump into new worlds, or find additional VR content in games they already own, such as No Man’s Sky or Star Wars: Squadrons.

Still, with Sony promising the next generation of VR to PlayStation 5 in the not-so-distant future, it appears PSVR’s time may be limited, but there’s still plenty to enjoy in the interim.

PlayStation VR review: Design

  • A bulky headset that’s well-balanced when worn
  • Earphones entirely optional
  • Built-in mic for multiplayer and party chat

Despite launching during the PlayStation 4’s lifespan, the PSVR headset is undoubtedly closer to the PlayStation 5 in terms of its design. Sharing the stark white and matte black look of both the PS5 and its DualSense controller, PlayStation VR feels less akin to strapping goggles to your face as it does putting on a large, comfortable headband with a visor attached.

Key specs:

Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
Price: $299.99/£250
Resolution: 960 x 1080 per eye
Field of view: 96 degrees
Refresh rate: 90 Hz – 120 Hz
Controllers: DUALSHOCK 4, DualSense, PlayStation Move

Weight is evenly distributed throughout, and while you’ll certainly need to take it off after a few hours, the large front-facing eyepiece never feels too unwieldy. That’s in part to an impressively adjustable headband, with plenty of padding. Glasses wearers will also find it’s particularly simple to wear the headset over their existing eyewear.

The small earbuds that hang down add 3D audio (more on that later), but since you can just as easily play with audio coming through your standard TV output, they can be easily stowed in the small indents within the headband to avoid them swinging freely.

Finally, while you can’t see it, there’s a built-in microphone. Some games, like Astro Bot Rescue Mission, utilize this for new gameplay possibilities, but it’s primarily ideal for party chat when playing online.

PlayStation VR review: Setup and Performance

  • Setup remains cumbersome despite streamlining
  • Performance is tied to your console of choice
  • Controller choices allow for traditional or motion-sensor options

While this hardware revision is undoubtedly easier to install than the original 2016 model, there’s still plenty to plug in. It’s not difficult, thanks to handy markings on each port that line up, but you’ll still need to plug the headset into a breakout box that splits off to a power adapter, your console, your TV, and the included PlayStation Camera.

If you’re the type of person that prefers not to have a series of cables laid out, then you may want to look elsewhere, and with a specific (free) PS5 adapter, that’s one more connection if you have Sony’s latest system.

Once that’s done, though, you’re off to the races – each console’s dashboard can run entirely in VR, and even non-VR titles can be played as if you’re looking at them on a sizeable, cinema-style screen. The same also works for photos and video content, too, so expect to dig into YouTube’s VR content for some free experiences.

While playing in VR, there’s a definite 'screen door' effect in play thanks to the comparatively lower resolution screen compared to what you’d find on high-end VR headsets. We found that the feeling soon dissipates once you’re out of a game’s menus and focused more on what’s going on in motion.

Those LEDs around the headset aren’t just there for show, either. They help the PlayStation Camera track your head position – whether you’re headbutting enemies in Astro Bot or peeking around a corner in a first-person shooter.

As for audio, while the integrated earphones aren’t mandatory, they certainly add a new layer of immersion. A forerunner to the PlayStation 5’s 3D audio tech, its appearance here does exactly what you’d expect – it allows players to track the sound of enemies, listen out for secrets, and plenty more when in-game.

When it comes to input options, PlayStation VR offers both controller support (DUALSHOCK 4 on PS4 and DualSense on PS5) as well as PlayStation Move. While it feels strange to use the light-up wands that arrived during the PS3’s life cycle, they work well here – although they do tend to share the DualSense’s approximate six-hour battery life. While not mandatory for PSVR use (and sold separately), there are some titles that require them, including the ever-popular Beat Saber, so prepare for an added expense there.

Finally, PlayStation VR is powered by your console of choice. If you’re hooked up to a PlayStation 4 from 2013, you may experience slightly lower frames-per-second than a PS4 Pro. In fact, the PS5 will essentially run PS4 Pro versions of VR games, too. The biggest leap for Sony’s latest hardware is the improved loading times, but other than that, your PS4 Pro remains just as capable.

PlayStation VR review: Software and Games

  • Big exclusives, including Marvel’s Iron Man VR
  • VR modes added from PS4 titles, such as Ace Combat 7
  • Excellent third-party titles like Beat Saber

PlayStation VR really comes into its own with its library of games. Sony has invested a huge amount into exclusives for its VR system, and it shows. Those include the likes of Blood & Truth, a fully playable action movie-style adventure, Marvel’s Iron Man VR, which puts players in Tony Stark’s famous armor, and Astro Bot Rescue Mission, a delightful platformer that earned a spot on our best PSVR space games list for its use of clever use of scale and perspective.

That’s not to say essential VR classics aren’t available, though. If you’ve got PlayStation Move, Beat Saber is a must-buy, as is SUPERHOT VR, while Tetris Effect remains enchanting whichever controller method you use.

The real advantage of leaning on the PlayStation library though, is the addition of VR content to traditionally 'flat' games. Some games offer a specific VR mode, but others are entirely playable through the headset, including PlayStation stalwart WipEout Omega Collection, the entire galaxy of No Man’s Sky, and both the campaign and multiplayer of Star Wars: Squadrons. Thankfully, the bundled PlayStation VR Worlds demo introduces players to small VR experiences to ease them in.

PlayStation VR review: Price

  • Headset retails for around $299.99/£250
  • PS Move controllers an added expense
  • Lots of free demos to try before you buy

With PlayStation’s next VR endeavor already being discussed, PlayStation VR production is likely to slow down which understandably leads to questions about its value.

Its current price puts it in the realm of the Oculus Quest 2, only with the added tether of needing a PlayStation console to run it, and the potential expense of PS Move controllers, too.

The good news is that PlayStation VR games go on sale fairly regularly on the PlayStation Network, so you may be able to pick up a bargain (or two, or three) on software. You can also download a number of free PSVR game demos from the PlayStation Store.

Should you buy the PlayStation VR?

If you already have a PS4 or PS5, there’s every chance you’ve already got a few VR games in your existing collection or through PlayStation Plus offerings over the years. That may make it easier to pull the trigger on a purchase, and there’s the added incentive of some truly fantastic PSVR exclusives you won’t find anywhere else.

If you’re not already playing your games on a Sony machine, though, it’s a tougher ask to buy one and the headset and start a game collection from scratch. 

If the PSVR isn’t for you…

Thankfully, there are more VR options than ever. For one, the aforementioned Quest 2 offers many of the same third-party titles, just without the need for a PlayStation console or the multitude of cables the PSVR requires.

If you're looking for a high-end VR headset for your gaming PC, then we'd recommend checking out the Valve Index too.

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Live the game

Immerse yourself in incredible virtual reality games and experiences.

Immerse yourself in incredible virtual reality games and experiences.

Put yourself at the center of an extraordinary gaming universe with PS VR exclusive games, all powered by your PlayStation® console.

Play supported PS VR games on your new PS5™

Connect your PlayStation®VR to your PS5 console to enjoy supported PS VR games. 

  • Backwards compatibility
    Play a back catalog of supported PS VR games on your PS5 console
  • Game boost
    Enjoy faster and smoother frame rates in select PS VR games.

Connect your PlayStation®VR to your PS5 console to enjoy supported PS VR games. To set up your PS VR with your PS5 console you’ll need your PlayStation®Camera for PS4™ (Model CUH-ZEY1 or CUH-ZEY2) and a PlayStation®Camera adaptor (no purchase necessary. Visit playstation.com/camera-adaptor for details)

For the best PS VR experience on PS5 we recommend using a DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller. Selected games may require PlayStation®Move motion controllers or be compatible with the PlayStation®VR aim controller. The new HD camera for PS5 is not compatible with PS VR. The PS VR headset, PS Camera, DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller, PS Move controllers and PS VR aim controller are all sold separately from PS5.

Full immersion

360-degree vision
Watch as a living, breathing game world comes alive all around you, with a seamless field of view wherever you turn.

Stunning visuals
Experience new realities with a custom OLED screen and smooth 120fps visuals to create complete immersion in your games.

Incredible audio

3D audio
Discover a new dimension in sound as 3D audio technology lets you pinpoint the direction and distance of sounds coming from all around you.

Built in mic
Chat to your online friends, discuss in-game tactics and strengthen your immersion in the virtual world with the headset’s integrated microphone. 

Thrilling PS VR games and experiences

Exclusive PS VR games

Play incredible games like Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Blood and Truth and Dreams VR.

VR Experiences

Sit back and immerse yourself with a range of stunning virtual reality experiences, from scaling Mount Everest to exploring the ocean floor.

Blockbuster adventures

Enjoy full-scale PlayStation gaming in virtual reality, with PS VR support for games like Star Wars: Squadron, Minecraft and Marvel's Iron Man VR.

PlayStation Camera

With dual lenses and 3D depth sensors, the PlayStation Camera tracks the position of the headset, PlayStation Move controller and DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller from every angle.

Precision tracking

Nine LEDs positioned on the front, back and sides of the PS VR headset are tracked by the PlayStation Camera – ensuring pinpoint accuracy within the game world, wherever you are in the room.

DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller

The PS4 precision control you love takes on a new dimension with PS VR; every game is compatible with the DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller, while the light bar is constantly tracked to further enhance in-game movement.

PlayStation Move motion controller

Bring your hands into the game world and take full control of your VR experiences, giving an even deeper sense of presence and further enhancing your immersion.

Play together

Project your PS VR experiences directly to your TV screen with Mirror mode, letting friends and family see what you’re seeing and giving them a window into your virtual world.

Share your adventures with friends and let them join the game as player two, using a second controller to play along on the TV screen.

Marvel's Iron Man VR bundle

Suit up as the Armored Avenger in Marvel’s Iron Man VR and face off against one of Iron Man’s greatest foes in high stakes, action-packed battles.  

Bundle includes PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, PlayStation Move controllers, Marvel’s Iron Man VR Blu-Ray Disc, and Demo Disc 3.0

Help and support

Find out everything you need to know to get started with PlayStation VR – from setting up and connecting your headset and PlayStation Camera, to how to arrange your room to get the best experience possible.

© 2020 MARVEL

© 2020 Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC

Images reformatted for non-virtual reality display.
Please review and follow all safety guidelines for use of PlayStation®VR. PlayStation®VR is not for use by children under age 12. PlayStation®4 or PlayStation®5 system, PlayStation®VR, and PlayStation®Camera are required to experience VR functionality. "PlayStation", the "PS" family logo, "PS5" and "PS4" are trademarks of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Inc.

Sours: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/ps-vr/
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