Your PS4 Pro is compatible with your PS VR headset and processor unit and with all PS VR content.
PS VR content isn’t released with HDR or 4K capabilities and your PS4 Pro doesn’t adapt PS VR content to 4K level. When you play PS VR content it will be standard PS VR definition.
PS VR content isn’t released with HDR or 4K capabilities, but other content is available with enhanced picture quality. See more information here.
When you play HDR or 4K content through your PlayStation VR headset, the picture quality is limited to the capabilities of the PS VR headset screen and the PS VR processor unit as follows:
|Type of content||Screen on which it is being viewed||Highest possible definition*|
|PS VR content||PS VR headset||1080p and not HDR|
|Non-PS VR content||PS VR headset|
|TV with PS VR connected to it with the headset ON|
|TV with PS VR connected to it with the headset OFF||2160p YUV420 and not HDR|
|TV with PU bypassed||2160p RGB and HDR|
If you want to play non-VR games in 4K without HDR you don’t need to bypass the PS VR headset and processor unit - just switch off the PS VR headset. If you want to play with HDR too, you’ll need to bypass the PS VR processor unit.