Find out how to connect and operate your PlayStation®VR when using a PlayStation®4 console. If you're using a PlayStation®5 console, the item names and some of the functions shown may vary.
Make sure that you've properly connected the cables to your PS VR, PS4™ console or PS5™ console, PlayStation®Camera, and TV. If the PS4 console or PS5 console screen doesn't appear on your TV or in your VR headset, check your connections.
Playing PS VR games on a PS5 console requires a VR headset, PlayStation®Camera for PS4™* and a PlayStation®Camera adaptor (no purchase required).
*Model series CUH-ZEY1 or CUH-ZEY2
PS VR model CUH-ZVR1 can be identified by:
PS VR model CUH-ZVR2 can be identified by:
Please connect PS VR using the supplied accessories. You cannot use a combination of different VR headset and processor unit models.
For example, a CUH-ZVR1 VR headset will not work if connected to a CUH-ZVR2 processor unit.
Limit your use of PS VR to within the Play Area. You can interact with games more directly because the camera captures the position, direction, and movement of your VR headset.
You can continue to wear your glasses while wearing the VR headset. When adjusting the scope position, move the scope slowly so that the internal lenses and your glasses do not touch each other and become scratched. Depending on the size of your glasses and the shape of your head, the lenses may come into contact with your glasses.
PS VR delivers 360-degree omnidirectional 3D video and images in VR mode, and non-VR content on a virtual screen in cinematic mode.
When in cinematic mode, if the screen you see in your VR headset has drifted or isn't centred, you can try the following to correct the issue.
At times the camera might not properly track the position, direction, or movement of your VR headset or controller. On your PS4 console or PS5 console, go to Settings > Devices > PlayStation VR and then try these adjustments:
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