Sony could make Playstation VR2 PC-compatible


Overall, Playstation VR2 has been very well received by PS5 users. This VR kit is obviously exclusive to the Japanese console. But it will have escaped no one’s notice that times are changing, and the trend is towards openness (or, more accurately, profitability). Following on from the exclusive titles now available on PC, we learn that Sony is working on PC compatibility for its PS VR2 headset. Better still, the goal is to have it available by 2024.

Playstation VR2 kit PC

Using the Playstation VR2 headset on PC this year

We’re not talking about a rumor here, since the information comes from an article published on the official PlayStation Blog. This follows the announcement of new titles compatible with PS VR2, such as “Zombie Army VR”, “Little Cities: Bigger!”, “Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate”, and “The Wizards-Dark Times: Brotherhood”.

[…]we are delighted to announce that we are currently testing the possibility for PS VR2 players to access additional games on PC in order to offer an even greater variety of games in addition to the PS VR2 titles available via PS5. We expect this support to be available in 2024, so stay tuned for more updates.

It remains to be seen whether VR will finally make the breakthrough we’ve been hearing about for years now.