Following Sony’s introduction of the PlayStation VR (PSVR) and three console options within the PlayStation 4 variety, this probably leaves a potential buyer confused on which choices to settle for.
However, the good news is that all three of the PlayStation 4 consoles support the PlayStation VR, a virtual reality headset developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Nonetheless, there are some vital modifications worthy of note.
PSVR on the PlayStation 4 Console
This version of PlayStation 4 is the cheapest out of all three. This is because the production of this model has been discontinued by Sony and really, the cost price of this version does not make it any inferior to the others. In recent times, it is largely found in stores selling fairly used or refurbished products.
Connecting the PlayStation VR to the PlayStation 4 console opens the gamer to a wide range of VR titles and exclusives made available by Sony.
The New PlayStation 4 is the most commonly found PlayStation console. This version has little or no changes internally and gameplay wise when compared with the regular PlayStation 4, rather, the console is the slimmer and more portable.
Hence, the PSVR experience on the New PlayStation 4 is the same as with the regular PlayStation 4. Gamers having connected this console to a PSVR also have access to a variety of VR exclusives.
PSVR on the PlayStation 4 Pro
PlayStation 4 Pro is the newest upgrade in the PlayStation 4 category made available by Sony. This console has added modifications to it including an intense HDR, 4K streaming, 4K gaming making the appearance detailed and nearer to reality.
Using the PSVR on the Play Station 4 gives a noticeable difference in quality compared to other PlayStation 4 consoles. It has clearer detail and better visuals drawn from the enhanced hardware inbuilt in the PlayStation 4. Also, the 60FPS gaming in the PS4 reduces the chances for nausea that PSVR sometimes causes.