If you've been online in the last few hours, you may have seen a series of people walking around with a white virtual reality helmet on their heads in some countries. This gadget is called the Apple Vision Pro, and a Santa Monica developer has put God of War Ragnarok to run on the device.
To achieve this feat, he linked his PS5 to the Mirror Play app to control it remotely through his Apple devices — not through Remote Play. He shared a video of what the gameplay experience looks like as he discovers Valhalla and navigates the console's menus:
Can confirm, PS5 streaming is totally possible on Vision Pro using the MirrorPlay iPad app. pic.twitter.com/TIvXGZeU7K
— Dan Lowe (@danlowlows) February 3, 2024
I can confirm that PS5 streaming is entirely possible on the Apple Vision Pro using the MirrorPlay iPad app.
Apple Vision Pro has not yet arrived in Brazil
The Apple Vision Pro has not yet been launched on the Brazilian market. Therefore, it is better to wait for the product to be officially offered in our territory. As explained by the Gizmodo portal, Apple left the following statement on the official website:
Apple Vision Pro is available for sale in the US only and is designed for US customers to use at home, work and travel. We hope to bring Apple Vision Pro to more countries later this year.
There are several limitations such as the need for a US Apple ID and Siri will not yet understand commands in PT-BR — including the system menu only supports English as a language. Did you like the option to play PS5 on Vision Pro?