Windlands Will Get PS4 Pro and PS Move Support in Next Patch

We’re not sure how we feel about this one. On one hand, more support is generally met with enthusiasm by every here at Pure PlayStation. On the other hand, Windlands and PS Move could be the end of this writer.

See, in our Windlands PSVR review, it was noted that the fast-paced motion of swinging through the game’s world made your host for this article rather sick. And that was while seated with a DualShock 4. Now the developers have promised that the next patch for Windlands will incorporate the PS Move wands into the gameplay.

Along with the PS Move support, the next patch for Windlands will also add PS4 Pro support, though no features have been announced for the PS4 Pro mode. We imagine it’ll probably be a similar tale to other PSVR games with some improvements to overall image quality, though this game doesn’t really need it; it’s a very clear game on the base PS4.

The update for Windlands should go live soon, but according to the developer there have been a few stumbles in getting the patch ready. We’ll let you know of any updates as and when we learn more.

Would you brave playing Windlands with the PS Move controllers? Or was it stomach-turning enough with the DualShock 4? Swing low to leave a comment.

Chris has been writing about gaming news for far too long, and now he’s doing it even more. A true PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about every Sony console that ever existed. Trophies are like crack to this fella.
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  1. ThaBEN

    5th January 2017 at 7:27 am

    Nice! I prefer move controllers in (most) VR games so this is a well appreciated additional control option. Although i’m wondering how you will walk and turn without analog sticks.

    • Chris Harding

      5th January 2017 at 3:50 pm

      I was wondering that too. Guess we’ll find out in time. It’s gonna have me heaving on the floor… but I’ll still do it!

      • Virginia Gallehawk

        28th January 2017 at 8:35 am

        You would think that the T button would be the grapple and the front buttons would be for either changing the position of where you are standing (like htc vive) but that would make you feel sick too 😂

        • Chris Harding

          28th January 2017 at 6:06 pm

          To be honest, I can’t really see there being a solution that wouldn’t make me hurl! I think it’s a real missed opportunity that the other half of the PS Move controller isn’t being used with PSVR. Maybe in the future?

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