Get the best start in life with PlayStation VR with our handy Setup Guide!
So you've found a shiny new
While Sony contains a pretty conclusive guide in the box, there are some tips and tricks to make sure your setup process is as simple and as easy as possible.
Set aside a scope
Before you think about taking anything, make sure you have enough room to move around freely. PlayStation VR does not need the open space, like the HTC Vive, but you do not want to be pinned against the TV or a desk. Most tracks make sure that you're properly positioned in front of the camera before you dive, but make sure you have room where there will be headroom if you sit down for a good base.
In most cases, you will need about 6 feet of space to get the correct tracking from the PlayStation camera. This means that you need enough space to secure yourself, move forward, or move from side to side without getting into anything or being in a high-traffic area of your home.
Step by step instructions for setting up PlayStation VR
Once you've figured out where you want to play and you've connected your TV and console properly, it's time to get started. When you pick up a bundle, everything should be in the box, and there are instructions on what to do if you want it to wing. Of course, you can follow our step-by-step instructions to make sure everything is connected properly without getting worse.
- Turn off your PlayStation 4 completely. Do not leave it at rest.
- Remove the HDMI output on the back of the PlayStation 4 and plug it into the HDMI TV port of the Playstation VR processor unit.
Connect your PlayStation camera to the Aux-Port on the back of the console. 
- Take the HDMI cable labeled number 1 and connect it to the HDMI PS4 port on the processor unit and the HDMI output on the PlayStation 4.
- Take the USB cable labeled number 2 and connect it to the PlayStation 4's USB ports while the other end is connected to the processor unit.
Connect the power supply to the processor unit.
- Slide back the processor unit cover and connect the VR headset cable labeled number 4 .
The ports are plugged into the correct ports only, but for convenience, they are labeled with the logos of the DualShock controller buttons. Just fit together.
- Plug the PlayStation VR headset into the cable connected in steps 7 and 8.
Set the symbols for ease.
- Plug either the included earphones or your own headphones into the inline remote.
- Power everything!
When you first turn it on, you'll go through some basic setup steps inside the headset, and you'll most likely need to apply a software update. Your console should be up to date as long as you accept updates as they become available. The headset, however, needs an "out of the box". You will be asked what to do, so just follow what you see on the screen!
PlayStation VR sets tips
So far we've covered the basics of . how to arrange . But here are a few tips and tricks that you will not find in the official guides that should help you get a leg up.
- Make sure not to point the PlayStation Camera at a light source, LED monitor, or window. Both of these could interfere with the tracking of the lights on the headset, which in turn affects your experience. The darker your scope, the better your tracking will be.
- There are many cables with PlayStation VR. There's no easy way to stay in control, but with the headset cable on the left side of the head, you may have the processor unit on your left, if you can. In this way, you do not wrap yourself in the string.
- Upload all things! As silly as it sounds, make sure you've charged your Move Controller and DualShock 4 before you go into the PlayStation VR. Nothing is more annoying than removing the headset to charge a controller!
At the top you make sure that you feel well before you start. VR is a whole new experience compared to anything you've experienced on your PlayStation, and it can take some getting used to.
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