How To Make Ace Combat VR Even More Immersive

How To Make Ace Combat VR Even More Immersive

This is Taka. He’s really into fighter planes and has figured out how to up the immersion factor in Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown.

Taka turned his PS Vita headset into a Joint Helmet-Mounted Cueing System and mounted it on a helmet.


According to Taka, he spent around 200,000 yen ($2,546) ordering the gear from the U.S. with the mask, costing around 90,000 yen ($1,145), being the most expensive part.

It might have been a bit too immersive because Taka said he threw up while playing Ace Combat 7 in VR mode.

Gran Turismo, however, was more enjoyable for him in VR!

For more, you can follow Taka on Twitter.

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