The Sony PlayStation VR headset has been a favorite of mine for years, and I’m happy to see the update coming this year.
While I can’t say it’s the same, the latest firmware update adds a few new features, and some minor cosmetic changes to the headset.
The main new feature is the inclusion of an IR camera, which allows users to see a 360-degree field of view, as opposed to the current one that shows just the left side of the field of vision.
This will make for some very cool virtual reality experiences, and it’s a nice change to the original design.
The updated firmware also brings a few minor changes to Sony’s headset’s motion tracking system, which uses a camera to track your head movements, and allows for more precise head tracking.
The motion tracking also now uses the “PlayStation Eye” motion tracking technology, which should allow for smoother VR experiences.
The new firmware also adds support for the PS4 Pro, which is the latest iteration of the console.
Sony’s VR headset uses a PlayStation Eye motion sensor, which you can use to control the virtual world in VR.
The headset is also now able to handle positional tracking, which can be used to position yourself in your game without having to look at your head in VR, but that still requires some manual tweaking.
While the new firmware update makes the PS VR much more stable, it also introduces some major new bugs.
A lot of these are minor, but a few of them are more serious: the “invalid code” error will cause a game to crash, and a few other minor bugs that will cause your game to break.
I’ve also noticed that there is a new issue that makes the PlayStation 4 Pro experience feel slightly jerky, which may cause a few players to experience a framerate drop.
Other issues I’ve seen: I noticed some bugs that appear to be caused by the “Incorrect Memory Address” error.
These will appear to occur when a user enters a new memory address after loading a game.
I believe this error is caused by an issue in the memory allocation code, and you can fix it by disabling it in your code.
There are other problems that appear in the PlayStation VR’s firmware.
For example, if you connect to a game and then go to another part of your game that is not in the headset’s field of visibility, you will be unable to use your game’s controls.
The “Inactive Controller” error that appears when trying to use a controller while in the virtual space.
If you use your Xbox 360 controller, it will not work as well.
I have yet to see an official PlayStation VR patch for these issues, so they may have been introduced in an earlier firmware update.
The PlayStation VR also now includes support for new peripherals.
It can now connect to peripherals that require a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) signal, such as the DualShock 4 and Xbox One X. The Xbox One S also has support for these types of peripherals, and if you buy the PSVR, you can also buy accessories that use those same devices.
I haven’t yet seen any games that support these peripherals in-game, but if you do, I’d suggest that you try to get them for a limited time.
If your PSVR does not support the PS5 DualShock controller, you might be able to use it as a controller on the PlayStation TV.
The PS4 and PS5 controllers will be supported, but only for an additional $100.
The controllers themselves, like the PS3 and Xbox 360 controllers, will be updated to the new hardware in the future.
The latest firmware also introduces a new menu item, “Games.”
This is a list of all the games that the PS 4 and PS 5 will support.
While this is a nice feature, I’m not sure it’s all that useful, especially if you’re a casual gamer.
It may not help you decide if you should buy a PSVR headset, but I’m sure some people will use it anyway.
Other updates The new PlayStation VR firmware is expected to be released in the coming weeks, so you can expect it to have a major impact on your PS4 VR experience.
In the meantime, I recommend using the “Online” mode to avoid some of the bugs that I’ve mentioned.
The online mode is a place where you can access your games, games from other people, and the PlayStation Store.
The menus will also be redesigned, and there will be a lot more of them.
This is not an upgrade that you should necessarily use, but it will help you get the most out of the PSR, and can be an important addition to some of your favorite games.
I highly recommend using online mode to test out your PS VR, and make sure that you’re comfortable with the new PSVR firmware.
If there are any bugs that you find, please let me know in the comments below, and let me get my hands on a