PlayStation 4 owners all over the world are getting more and more interested in the upcoming PlayStation VR, a new virtual reality headset launching in the future which will be fully compatible with the latest home console produced by Sony. In the past few weeks we have learned more about the headset and what it will be able to do and today support for the headset has been added to a rather surprising title.
A few hours ago it’s been confirmed that the Steam title Tea Party Simulator 2015 now supports PlayStation VR as well as Oculus Rift. While the game is probably not what most players would like to play with the PlayStation VR, it’s still interesting to see a game supporting the headset even though it’s not yet available.
VR support has been implemented! If you own a Oculus Rift or Playstation VR headset just follow these steps in the game: (for oculus users, make sure you have 0.8 runtime or later)
– Plug in your Oculus or Playstation VR headset
– Run the game, open the menu with ESC and go to Options
– Choose Oculus or Playstation VR from the dropdown list
– Reset the game
And hopefully you’ll be all set! To go back to normal choose “Normal” from the dropdown list.
Note: Currently only Windows and Mac builds support VR, Linux is still uncertain.
The PlayStation VR, previously known as Project Morpheus, will be built with a 1080p FULL HD OLED display with 960 x 1080 resolution for each eye. Players will be able to easy turn their heads around thanks to its 360 degrees angle of view and have their movements followed by the PlayStation 4 console by using the PlayStation Camera. PlayStation VR games will be played with the DualShock 4 controller.
The PlayStation VR headset will be released in the first quarter of 2016. More news on the headset and games supporting it will surely be coming in the upcoming weeks so stay tuned for all the latest news.