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30 May, 2024
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Sony is working on a PC adapter for its PlayStation VR2 headset, aiming to release PC support later this year.

Previously tied exclusively to the PS5, the PS VR2 is set to gain broader usability. A recent Korean filing, discovered by VR enthusiast Brad Lynch and highlighted by The Verge, indicates that Sony is developing this peripheral.

Details about the adapter's functionality, appearance, or pricing remain undisclosed. The move aligns with earlier hints that the headset would support a wired connection to PCs. Unlike its predecessor, which required a complex setup, the PS VR2 connects to the PS5 with a single USB-C cable. For PC connectivity, Sony might utilize DisplayPort or HDMI to enhance image quality.

The introduction of PC support is expected to boost PS VR2 sales, which have been modest due to a limited game library on the PS5. The headset’s expansion to PC will provide access to a larger selection of VR games.