The Xbox VR, which will soon be available in more countries, is the first-ever headset to allow gamers to play a PS4 title using the Xbox’s powerful Xbox Play Anywhere feature.
But gamers have yet to find a way to connect the Xbox One to the Xbox VR.
This is where the PS4 headset comes in.
The PS4 uses an Xbox Wireless Adapter that plugs into the console’s Xbox One controller.
It connects to the headset’s integrated microphone and speakers, as well as the PS3 controller’s analog sticks.
This adapter also has an HDMI port, allowing you to connect a 1080p television to the PSVR.
The Xbox VR is not compatible with the PS VR because it does not have a USB port.
The PlayStation 4 has its own HDMI port and a USB 3.0 port, which makes it compatible with Xbox.
So you can plug your PS4 controller into the PS5, which is the Xbox controller’s same port, and play a game.
The Oculus Rift is the only other console that supports the PSVive, which connects directly to the PlayStation’s wired port.
But that console’s headset will need to be connected to the console with a USB cable, and will have a microphone built-in.
The Xbox is the next best option, but it does require a USB 2.0 connection to play the headset.
In the meantime, gamers can connect the PS Vita, which comes with a Kinect sensor, to the Oculus Rift using a USB-C cable.
It has a microphone, so you can hear your character talk to the camera, and a VR headset that can connect to the phone.
And then there’s the Oculus Touch, which lets you control your PSVR with a PS3 pad, but you won’t be able to control your PlayStation with a controller.
This guide should help you get the most out of the PSIVVR headset.
The PlayStation VR has been available in a handful of countries since October.
The VR headset is available at Amazon for $100.