Elite: Dangerous is one of the most complex, detailed, and engrossing space flight simulators out there right now. The first time I tried to fly a spacecraft in that game resulted in me crashing into the docking bay before I could even get out into the sea of stars. But with practice I got the hang of it and eventually was exploring the galaxy like a true commander.
The game is currently available on PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PS4. However, the only way to play it in VR currently is to play it on PC using a Rift or Vive. The developers at Frontier Developments are doing their best to try and bring PlayStation VR (PSVR) support to the PS4 version of the game, but it’s a work-in-progress that’s “not there yet in terms of quality.”
That being said, PSVR support is actively being worked on. But just like any developer their resources can only go so far. They have to prioritize features that serve the community best and one way of figuring out where to spend time working on future updates is to just see what the community wants most.
Reddit user WilfridSephiroth created a survey posted on the official Elite: Dangerous subreddit designed to see exactly which platforms most people play on and to determine which future updates players are most excited about. Notably, PSVR is listed as one of the options.
But to be clear, the user that created and posted this survey is not a member of the development team, and is simply doing this to help raise awareness.
You can find the survey to fill out right here, which only takes about two minutes. Make sure to go ahead and select PSVR in the section at the end if you want to see the game on PSVR next. There is no guarantee that this will actually guide Frontier’s development roadmap, but letting the devs know where the community stands is never a bad thing.