PlayStation 5 version of PS4 game does not support PSVR – The SixthAxis

PlayStationVR is getting a little confused on PlayStation5, it became clear that the new PS5 camera does not work on PSVR and the PS5 version of the current PS4 game does not support PlayStationVR.

A Sony representative said, “We haven’t announced a PS5 title for PSVR,” and said Hitman 3’s VR mode can only be played on the PS4 version of the game. This mode should be played through PS5 backward compatibility. This means that you need to keep the PS4 version installed for VR, even if you want to take advantage of the free PS5 upgrade. You can also install the PS5 version to get more sophisticated graphics when playing on a standard TV.

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Ubisoft was even more confused when PSVR titles Star Trek Bridge Crew and Werewolves Within announced they weren’t compatible with the PS5 yesterday, but withdrew the statement because of “inaccuracies.”

Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida tweeted a photo and introduced for the first time a PlayStation 5 camera adapter that allows the PlayStation 4 camera to be used in a new console. The new PS5 camera does not work with PS VR, so if you want to use PlayStation VR with PS5, you need an adapter. This is a very ridiculous decision by Sony.

The adapter uses the console’s USB port, and another adapter is used by the PSVR headset, so it’s half of the four ports on the console used by the PSVR. The PS5 has three USB-A ports, one on the front of the console, two on the back, and one on the front.

The release of the PlayStation 5 camera adapter didn’t work because the site couldn’t register the capture and details, but everything seems to be working fine and can be obtained by visiting the PlayStation website.

The PlayStation 5 camera adapter may be the only kit available in the near future if you plan to receive a console from a high street retailer. The UK seems to be heading for Lockdown 2: Electric Booglaloo. This means that GAME, PlayStation 5, and other stores will be closed when the Xbox Series X is actually released.

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The PlayStation 5 versions of PS4 games do not support PSVR

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