|Pyro as Bill said:
Questions for you Lawnmower men.
- Do you use it outside of gaming? Would you choose to watch a movie in VR with a 200" screen over a 42" 4K pancake TV?
- Many of you seem eager to upgrade to PSVR2. Why? Is it for the visuals or hand tracking or controllers? If Sony didn't release a new headset would you be happy to use your current VR with PS5?
The Oculus Go has a few decent games but it's best used for other media. I plan to upgrade to a Quest soon but I waste so much money. I'm trying to slow down on the luxury purchases.
My big gripe with the PSVR is that I have to go thru so much to get into the experience. With the "Go" I just put it on and play. Wireless and instant, anywhere. Sometimes I even stream content from my PC. It even has its own built in speakers.
The PSVR is more powerful when it comes to gaming but having to fiddle with the HDMI (I have an old school non-HDR supporting PSVR), turning on the console, figuring out if the game in gonna play supports the Dual Shock or the Move, and being tethered to wires just makes it more intimidating.
It's not as complicated as it sounds but the Go is just so simple. The next PSVR should stream directly from the console and allow the headset to turn on the PS5. And of course offer higher res and better fps.