Yes. There's an adapter anywhere that you need to transform coax into Ethernet or viceversa. You can put individual routers or switches on the other side, though. It only gets expensive depending on the bandwidth you need. You should be able to mix and match MoCA adapters, but I recommend reading up about it just to make sure. I plan on actually writing a guide for this for people who are unable to just run Ethernet through the walls (which is something that not many people can do, frankly).
We have several consoles at the TV, and they and an HTPC are hooked up to the network via a switch that goes to MoCA and then goes to our router. We bought ActionTec adapters, but there're much cheaper ones now that can go up to right under a gigabit that are perfectly fine for most applications.
EDIT: Motorola sells two-packs now, which is quite nice. But there's also these, which are highly rated and seem very inexpensive at 2.5Gbps max throughput, which would make them great for transferring files over your local network (like if you had NAS)
Just get a headphone/aux to usb adapter. This way you can connect your headphones directly to your ps4 usb port. That's what I do.
Something like this. You can find whatever brand you like. This is just the first one that came up on amazon.
>fixed a lot of it's issues
I see that my game still crashes in window mode, still has server issues, and still crashed twice durning my 3 hours of play last night. I actually haven't meet anyone in the EXVS community who likes RoI. After playing EXVS, its hard to play a much shitter version of it mechanics wise.
>370 dollars to get set up with exvs.
If you don't have a PS3. The game is only 40$ new with shipping. For a used PS3 is $150, so only a $190 for a PS3 + EXVSFB. You can also unlock the DLC suits with in game currency in EXVSFB. Not to mention if you don't have a PS3, there are a ton of other good games super cheap for it now. If they ported EXVS to america right now, you'd still have to get a PS3 regardless.