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How to enable eye tracking support for PS VR2 version of Rez Infinite

One of the coolest features of the PlayStation VR2 is its ability to track your eye movement. Rez Infinite is one of the few games that actually take full advantage of this feature as the rail-shooting game allows you to aim at your targets just by looking at them.

To see how you can enable eye tracking support for Rez Infinite, you can check out this troubleshooting article from Seeking Tech.

1. If you haven’t done so already, make sure you have eye tracking enabled on the system menus.

In order to check, press the PS button on the controller to open the Control Center quick menu. From there, select PlayStation VR2 Quick Settings and then Eye Tracking. Finally, make sure that Eye Tracking is enabled.

If you want, you can also select the Adjust Eye Tracking option from this small window menu if you need to calibrate your eye movements.

2. With eye tracking enabled, launch the PlayStation 5 version Rez Infinite and then head over to the Controls menu.

If you are playing the game currently, then you need to press the Options button on the controller to bring up the Pause screen, where you can then select Controls.

If you are in the main menu, then you can select Options and then head into Controls.

3. From the Controls screen, make sure that the VR Control Type is set to Type-4. By doing so, you will be able to use your eyes to move the aiming reticle during a stage.

From the same menu, you can also change the Shot Control Type and VR Rez Play Style if you want to further customize how you want to play the PlayStation VR2 version of Rez Infinite.