You can identify these types of content by looking for (PlayStation®VR) on packaging or on the appropriate PlayStation Store page.
PS VR also supports other types of content*1 such as:
You can play content in the following resolutions:
480/60p, 576/50p, 720/50p, 720/60p, 1080/50i, 1080/50p, 1080/24p, 1080/60i, 1080/60p
2D content (2160p)
On a PS4 system (CUH-7000 series), you can play content in 2160p*2. When you connect PS VR to a TV that supports 2160p, you’ll see content displayed as follows:
|VR headset power status||VR headset||TV|
|On||Uses the resolution of the VR headset||1080p|
You can connect PS VR to either a 2D TV or a 3D TV. 3D content is displayed as follows:
|TV type||PS4™ system setting||VR headset||TV|
|2D TV||[Display in 3D with VR Headset]*4 is enabled||3D||No content displayed*5|
|[Display in 3D with VR Headset]*4 is not enabled||2D||2D|
|3D TV||(No setting available)||3D||3D|
1 Even if your TV is HDR (high dynamic range) compatible, the [HDR] setting in [Settings] > [Sound and Screen] > [Video Output Settings] on the PS4 system is [Off] when PS VR is connected.
2 When PS VR is connected to a PS4 system, the video signal from the system uses the YUV420 colour format only.
3 Frame packing (720/50p, 720/60p, 1080/24p), top-and-bottom (720/50p, 720/60p, 1080/24p), and side-by-side (1080/50i, 1080/60i) formats are supported.
4 When you’re playing a Blu-ray 3D™ disc while PS VR is connected to a 2D TV, you can press the OPTIONS button, and then select [Settings] > [Display in 3D with VR Headset].
5 Also, audio will not be output from your TV. Connect headphones to your VR Headset.
Always update PS VR software and PS4™ system software to the latest version. This information is for use with the following versions: