Consoles are made to spec for a reason, ps4 has sold over 30million now. It launched late 2013 and I'd say we will be lucky to even see the best games released for either ps4 or Xbox one this year. It takes a decent time for game devs to adapt to each generation. The VR part from Sony is meant to have something to help with performance was the rumour. I'll be honest the PlayStation game I tested some Gangster game looked similar graphics wise to EVE Valker. And that was on Oculus. Personally think graphics quality will drop for VR games people will have to get used to lower settings. Sonys biggest advantage is games catalog. They have a big first party catalog including Wipeout and Gran turismo as 2 really big titles. If they made a PS5 to the spec your talking about bundled with VR cost would be insane or they would lose a lot on it. Sony can't afford to sell a console at a big loss after the PS3 issues where it was very expensive and lost money. Ps5 will probably only have the equivalent of a Nvidia 960 or 970 in it whenever it launches. The gpu in it now is at least 3 generations out of date from PC performance perspective. 7870 equivalent it's meant to be with tweaks. Even the CPU in it is pretty low end. VR will probably see mass adoption if it does when the price is closer to £300 for the device.