The headset first plugs into the processing box in order to “process the VR graphics and sort out the second-screen social experience on the television,” it then plugs into the PlayStation 4. According to the report, the box ran a bit large, estimated at around the size of a Wii. Polygon’s report features no pictures of the processing box, but the author claims to have confirmed that he was using a retail version of the PlayStation VR headset during his time with it, not a dev kit.
No specific release dates have been given to the PlayStation VR headset as of yet.
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