Valve may have acknowledged Sony’s dominance by bringing support for the Dual-shock 4 to Steam, but if it’s virtual reality you’re after, your option are options are HTC vive or the Oculus Rift.
An enterprising company by the name of Trinus VR has made it possible to use PlayStation VR with Stream. By releasing a set of drivers, it is now possible to use Stream VR on a Windows PC.
But there’s a catch. It won’t work with games that need Vive’s motion controllers, Although it does just fine with those that work with a Keyboard and mouse or the Xbox 360, Xbox One, or Dual-shock 4. The refresh rate is stuck at 60Hz for now though.
There aren’t too many configuration options at the moment and you will need to connect the PS VR getaway box to your PC as well as require a USB 3.0 port.
A complete rundown of the downsides to connect the PS VR with Stream VR can be found in the video below.
As for PS VR itself, our impressions indicate that while it is the cheapest fully-fledged VR headset at the moment, the overall experience leaves a lot to be desired. More so if you plan on playing it beyond the initial innovation. At the recent PlayStation Experience, Sony announced just one game for PS VR, making us wonder if we’ll see anything of value after the initial hype dies down.