Is Oculus Quest 2 Compatible With PS4?

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The Oculus Quest 2 is still a firm favourite of those looking for the ultimate immersive experience, but is compatible with one of the most popular consoles in the world, the PS4?

If you're on the hunt for the best VR headsets for you, then be sure to read on and make sure that your selection ticks all the right boxes.

Is Oculus Quest 2 Compatible With PS4?

It's a good question, and officially the answer is 'no' as PlayStation have their own PSVR headset for their consoles.

The good news is that it is compatible with PC, but you'll want to make sure that your PC is powerful enough to work with it and play all the best games for Oculus too.

Can You Make The Quest 2 Work With A PS4?

There are some hacks that people have tried in the effort to get the Oculus Quest 2 to work with the console, but the results have been predictably inconsistent.

However, our friends over at Stealth Optional did note that one technique is to use PS Remote Play on your PC and then mirror your PC screen to your Quest 2.

While there are some issues with latency that you may encounter, it could be worth a try if you're keen to use your Quest 2 on PS4.

A similar solution can possibly work to get the Rift to work with a PS5 or PS4 by using a downloadable Virtual Desktop app for your PC and running PS Remote Play on your PC, and then mirroring your screen.

We think you may be better off heading towards the PSVR headset instead and saving yourself the hassle!

Will The Next Oculus Quest Work With PS4?

It's highly unlikely in our opinion that the rumoured Oculus Quest 3 will work with PS4 or PS5.


But it's not all doom and gloom, as we're yet to see how Project Cambria will function with other devices.

And if you are looking for a first-party VR solution with your PS4 or PS5, you may be in luck with PSVR 2 looking to be heading our way at some point soon.

Be sure to check back in with us for everything you need to know on VR, AR and more.

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