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We don't need Oculus controllers or a more expensive HMD. Motion controls are usually bad for games, hence Oculus controllers are bad for games. VR will take off when it's affordable to the average consumer. Those Oculus controllers make the whole setup too expensive for most people. PS5 will likely use a VR headset that isn't much different than the current PSVR headset. Why? Because the people that already have PSVR will expect PS5 to be compatible with current gen PSVR headsets. This will make the base PSVR userbase much bigger than any other headset used on the system. So even if Sony came out with a PSVR2 to sell with the PS5, the standard PSVR would still work fine.

Last edited by Cerebralbore101 - on 21 January 2018