I'm tempted to give one of these a spin and was wondering how much the V2 goes for 2nd hand these days? Thanks
If you can, try to get one with some Move Controllers included. A lot of good games use them and they often go for silly money on their own.Thanks lads, was wondering why there seemed to be such a huge spread on the prices as I couldn't tell what you needed and what was an optional extra because I thought the hat was the main bit.
It really does look like an impressive bit of kit though, not something I'd usually consider but seeing Driveclub in motion was something else!
Bundles seem to be going for around £230 on auction sites. If you can get that with an Aim controller thrown in or a decent selection of games then it's probably a decent deal.Wowsers, those Move controllers can go for crazy money. Oddly though some listings show them selling for around £25 and others go all the way upto £100? What gives?
So what would the guide price be on a PSVR V2, camera and couple of those Move controllers then?
PSVR v2 has better cable handling and ability to feed 4k hdr through to TV which V1 couldn't do and meant constant switching of hdmi cables to use hdr on TV. So If you have a 4k hdr tv, it's recommended to get v2. If you just have normal HD TV, psvr V1 is fine if you find it considerable cheaper as vr performance is exactly the same.Quick questions, does the V2 headset come bundled with a V2 camera? Whats the difference between a V1 camera and V2? Same with the Move controllers, V1 and V2 differences? Thanks
Yep, the headset is the same in performance and comfort but to be more specific about the cable management is that with v2, the earphones plug directly into the headset and its cable neatly embeds into the back of the headset making it almost built in, whereas with v1, the earphones is plugged into a volume controller on the headset cable, so v2 is more comfortable in that there are less dangling cables hanging down from your headset. Some find that comfort worth the extra...not a big deal to me, personally but I do appreciate that extra cabling management comfort.Cool, so the hat is the same with V1 and V2? I thought there were some kind of differences/upgrades apart from the HDR thing?
The old PS4 camera was rectangular, compared to the more rounded camera that came out later. Identical performance though.PSVR v2 has better cable handling and ability to feed 4k hdr through to TV which V1 couldn't do and meant constant switching of hdmi cables to use hdr on TV. So If you have a 4k hdr tv, it's recommended to get v2. If you just have normal HD TV, psvr V1 is fine if you find it considerable cheaper as vr performance is exactly the same.
No difference between camera V1 and v2
Moves V1 and V2 are identical except that V1 uses mini USB connectors and V2 uses micro USB connectors. If you find V1 cheaper, go for it. I have both types and neither makes any difference to tracking.
I dont know of any other differences, so maybe others can point them out.