I was able to finally test out the PlayStation 5 headset and get my hands on a pair of PS5s.
The only catch?
I was playing Destiny 2.
The game was in beta at the time and I didn’t have the headset set up yet.
I decided to do my own trial to see how it would go.
So I set the PS5 headset up on the back of my PS4.
I plugged it in, then plugged the two cords into the PS4’s HDMI port, and started playing Destiny.
The PS5 controller would sometimes not work at all.
It’s unclear what caused this, but I didn`t notice anything weird until the end of the trial.
I had to go back to the PS3 and try again.
I was able, however, to get my PS5 VR headset working on Destiny 2 and then try it on a couple of other games.
The first was The Elder Scrolls Online, which I’ve played for several hours now.
The other is Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
I have a feeling the Destiny 2 controller issues could be more widespread than I think.
After playing around for a few minutes, I found out the PS2 controller was a bit more responsive than the PS1 controller.
It also has a built-in mic, so you can talk with friends without having to press your face down on the PS buttons.
It doesn’t seem to be the most common issue with Destiny 2 controllers.
I`m not sure why this is the case, but it seems like there are a few more controllers out there that could work.
I also noticed that Destiny 2 has a different controller for each character.
The PlayStation 3 controller is the standard PS3 controller.
The Xbox 360 controller is used for online play, and the PS Vita controller is for PS4 and Xbox One games.
The Destiny 2 Xbox 360 Controller The Destiny 1 PS Vita Controller The PS4 PS3 Controller (Left) The PS4 Xbox 360 X1 Controller (Right)I was initially skeptical of using a controller that doesn`t work, but once I got the PS VR headset set-up, it`s pretty easy to get used to.
The headset itself is fairly light.
It weighs about 1.8 pounds, and it`ll fit into your hand comfortably.
It has a pretty long cable for the headset to go through, but not much more.
The headset is a standard PS4 console, so there are no controllers with PS4 controllers built-into them.
It does, however have a USB port and a headset jack, but the headset doesn`nt include any of those.
I think that will change in the future, as Microsoft and Sony are working on adding more PS4 peripherals to the Xbox One.
I still love the PSVR headset, though.
It`s a bit light, comfortable, and provides a great VR experience.
The Vive controllers are pretty light too, but are also available for other VR headsets.
I tried to keep the headset close to the center of my head, so I could press the buttons with my face.
The buttons are spaced a bit apart for my comfort, but they still felt very solid.
I was also able to easily use the DualShock 4 controller, which is a very powerful controller.
The PS VR headset isn`t the only one out there with PlayStation 4 controllers.
The Oculus Rift DK2 comes with DualShock 3 controllers, which also have DualShock buttons.
The HTC Vive controllers come with a DualShock pad, which does not include a DualShocks buttons.
The PlayStation VR headset does come with two PlayStation 4 Pro controllers, and Sony added support for the Oculus Rift with the PlayStation VR Bundle in June.
You can also buy the PS 4 Pro Controller directly from Sony.
The controller is very solid, but you will have to adjust it to your needs.
I found that I prefer the comfort of the DualShots buttons, but most people won`t be able to.
Sony has released two more headsets for PS VR in the coming months.
The ZenPad Z1 comes with a dual-shock controller, and is compatible with the Oculus and HTC Vive.
This PS VR bundle is also available on Amazon.
It costs $199.99 and comes with four PS VR headsets, and a wireless headset charger.
There are a lot of different PS VR accessories out there, but this PS VR set-top box is by far the best for what you need.
I recommend checking out the Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, and PS Vita controllers if you`re looking for a good, inexpensive PS VR accessory.