Oculus Quest 2 vs PSVR: Which VR Headset Will You Pick?

If you're looking to engross yourself in the world of virtual reality and are unsure whether to go for the Oculus Quest 2 or PSVR, we're here to help you with your decision.

We know finding the best VR headset can be a little tricky at times and both the Oculus Quest 2 and PSVR offer up some appealing features.

We've got everything you need to consider right here to help lead you to the best choice to suit your needs.

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And of course, if you do want to hold out for a bit longer though, the release date of PSVR 2 and the Meta Quest 3 release date is on the horizon, so then you can have even more power when indulging in some VR gaming.

With that being said, let's get straight to it!

Oculus Quest 2 Vs PSVR Specs

First off, when comparing the specifications of both of these VR headsets, it is worth noting that the Oculus Quest 2 functions as a standalone console but can be paired with a PC, while the PSVR works only when paired with either the PS4 or PS5.

This means that certain aspects such as storage are different, as the Quest 2 features up to 256 GB of internal storage, whereas PSVR utilises however much storage is available in either PS4 or PS5.

When it comes to resolution, the Oculus Quest 2 features 1832x1920 pixels per eye whereas the PSVR offers 1080x1920 pixels per eye.

However, the PSVR provides a 100-degree field of view, while the Oculus Quest 2 only shows an 89-degree field of view.

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PSVR offers a 90Hz refresh rate and while Oculus Quest 2 was initially released with a 72Hz refresh rate, it was since updated to 90Hz and now even producing a 120Hz refresh rate on a few games.

As the Oculus Quest 2 works as a standalone device, it comes with a rechargeable battery, providing up to 3 hours of battery life, whereas PSVR always requires a wired connection for use.

Both of these devices are compatible with hand-tracking, which is often a must-have feature for those searching for the best VR headset to suit their needs.

And in addition, the Oculus Quest is also practically 100g or so lighter than the PSVR, with a total weight of 503g compared to the PSVR's 610g. If you are wearing either headset for an extended period of time, this could be an important factor in your buying decision.

Oculus Quest 2 Vs PSVR Price

In terms of price, the Oculus Quest 2 will set you back up to £399 / $399 and the PSVR will also cost you roughly $399 dollars.

While they are both up for grabs at similar price points, the PSVR becomes a lot more expensive when you factor in the cost of either a PS4 or PS5.

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Oculus Quest 2 Vs PSVR Games

Both of these VR headsets offer a wide selection of games, with the Oculus Quest 2 giving you access to the Oculus Game Store and SteamVR games and PSVR allows for you to play Playstation games that are compatible with the headset.

Many of the most popular VR games such as Beat Saber or Skyrim VR are actually available on both the Oculus Quest 2 and PSVR.

Read More: Oculus Quest 2 Games: Here's What You Can Play So Far

Oculus Quest 2 Vs PSVR: Which Should You Go For?

Ultimately, we think both of these VR headsets hold their own and are solid choices, whichever one you go for.

However, the biggest factor for which to go for is going to be whether you own a Playstation or not.

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Of course, if you have a PS4 or PS5, grabbing PSVR as an extra peripheral to add to your gaming setup makes a lot of sense, however, if you don't already have the console, you'll save a lot of money opting for the Oculus Quest 2.

One of the benefits of the Oculus Quest 2 being a stand-alone console also means that, regardless of which console you use, it can be a solid addition to your setup, and can be used without having to set up your console.

So, with that being said, which one will you go for? The decision is yours.

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