This is so cute. Thank you.
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Well, You're kinda wrong and right.
1. The PSVR Most Likely Can play this, but it requires a PC
2. The PSVR CAN interface with a PC, but it requires some software to set it up
3. You are right about the PS4 requiring signed code, It's standard practise for all console developers to add an encryption method to prevent hacking.
4. There Is hacks for the PS4, but Sony is starting to fix all of the bugs that those hacks take advantage of.
5. The Game is most definitely not designed for the PSVR since they developed it with an Oculus Quest/Quest 2 (or rift idk I don't remember much about the video)
also the PSVR requires a bit of setup on the PC since it doesnt know how to interface with it since nobody intended it to be plugged into a PC. but at the end of the day, it'll work if you try hard enough.
If you have a PC that is capable of running the game, you can connect your PSVR Headset to the computer and play that way. but if insist that you want it on the PS4 instead of the PSVR (or don't have a PC capable of running it), then you're out of luck.
I hate to break it to you, but I'm pretty sure Chromebooks have pretty low specs. For Example, The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 has an Intel Core i3, with Intel UHD Graphics, which is pretty bad, from experience. Even the i5 and i7 chromebooks still have Intel UHD Graphics. So even if they did port it, you'd probably get around 1-10FPS, which I've had before, and is pretty painful. Also most chromebooks have trackpads, and I don't think playing high end games (that usually require a mouse for comfortability) with a trackpad on a chromebook is a good idea