By now, you’ve probably heard about the Oculus Rift.
Now, we’re about to find out more about Sony’s PlayStation 4, and we’ll see if it has any surprises for you.
Before we get started, let’s take a look at what we know so far about the new console.
The PlayStation 4 is the first console from Sony to have a built-in VR headset.
It is powered by the next-gen PlayStation 4 architecture, which means that it is the world’s first VR-capable console.
You can watch our video review of the PlayStation 4 here.
The new console is available starting this week for $399.
It will be available for preorder starting in December.
The PlayStation 4 has a 2TB hard drive that comes with a built in NVIDIA VRWorks virtual reality software suite.
The system will also include an HDMI 1.4b output.
There are three major differences between the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 2.
First, there is no 3D image display in the PS4.
This means that you can only see a 1.5D image, or what we’d call “foveated rendering,” for the majority of games.
Second, the system will have built-out GPU graphics instead of the standard PlayStation 2 graphics.
Third, the PS3 has a more limited HDMI input standard.
You will not be able to connect to external monitors or projectors, and Sony is limiting you to only two HDMI inputs.
The new console has a much wider range of inputs, so you can connect an external display, a Blu-ray player, or a VR headset to it.
There’s also an added complication with the PlayStation VR.
Unlike the PlayStation 360, the PlayStation Vue VR doesn’t require a PlayStation 4 console.
It uses the PlayStation Vita as the headset, and it’s a completely different system from the PS VR.
You do not need to worry about a separate VR headset unless you want to do a full PlayStation VR experience, and you do not have to worry at all about compatibility issues.
Sony has been working on this console for a while, and has already been testing it with developers, but there are still a few things that need to be worked out before the system is ready for consumer use.
Sony says that the PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas, which will run from January 9-12, will give the developers an opportunity to test the PlayStation Move motion controllers and the PSVR headset.
There is also a chance that we could see the PlayStation Camera during the event.
The headset and controller are the only items that you will need to buy separately.
You’ll need a PlayStation Move headset that includes a sensor, a microphone, and a gyroscope, and your own PlayStation Camera.
The camera will let you take pictures in VR, but you will not have a virtual reality camera.
The other components that will need purchase separately are the PlayStation Eye, the new PlayStation Eye Pro, and an adapter that will allow you to use the PlayStation Controllers on the PlayStation Beam.
There is also the possibility of a PSVR exclusive bundle, but it won’t be available until after the event, so it’s unclear how many of those will be released.
If you are looking to preorder the PlayStation Pro 4, it should be available this holiday.
In the short term, Sony says that you won’t need to purchase a second PSVR, but the company says that it will make the PS360, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation 2 Pro available to purchase.
The next major step in the development of the PS Vita and PS4 will be the release of a limited edition, but more limited, PlayStation VR bundle.
Sony says it will release a limited number of these bundles, and they will come in three colors: silver, gray, and blue.
The limited edition PlayStation VR will come with a PlayStation Eye controller and a PlayStation Camera, along with a headset and a controller that is compatible with PlayStation Move.
The bundle will be priced at $399, and there are plans to launch it next month.