The Future of Gaming: Sony’s PSVR 2 May Soon Be Compatible with PCs


The PlayStation VR2 headset from Sony was initially designed to be exclusive to the PS5. However, the company is currently experimenting with adding support for PC. Unlike the original PSVR headset, which received unofficial PC support, Sony is actively working on enabling PSVR 2 owners to connect the headset to a PC gaming rig.

Sony Reveals PSVR2 Support for PC Games PSVR2 PC Support

In a blog post on PlayStation, Sony’s content communications Manager Gillen McAllister shared the news saying: “We’re happy to announce that we are currently testing the access of PS VR2 users to additional PC games. This is to provide an even wider variety of games in addition to the PS VR2 titles already available on PS5.” We hope to make this support available in 2024, so stay tuned for more updates,” he added.

Sony had been avoiding questions regarding the compatibility of the PlayStation VR2 headset with PC. When asked about PSVR 2 support for PC a year ago, Sony’s response was that “the PSVR2 is created for use with the PS5 console.” In a previous test of the headset on a PC, Windows identified it as a second screen, but SteamVR did not recognize the headset at all.

In recent years, Sony has been gradually releasing its exclusive games on PCs with considerable success. This development is not entirely surprising. However, it’s particularly good news for PS VR2 owners. Despite the company’s claim on the blog that the headset came with forty games, and went on to introduce more during the year, it may not be sufficient, especially in terms of really cool and high-budget titles.

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Sony PSVR2 Support for PC Availability and Upcoming Games PSVR2 PC Support

A recent blog post discloses that Sony is aiming to introduce PC support for PS VR2 within this year, and the hope is that it progresses smoothly. To ensure it’s not just about expanding accessibility, the article also highlights several upcoming games that users can enjoy in virtual reality on the PlayStation 5.

You can already experience The Wizards – Dark Times: Brotherhood, an action-adventure game that transforms you into a wizard using gesture spells. You have the option to play solo or in co-op with up to three players.

In addition, a recent update for the Arizona Sunshine 2 event introduces a dog as your partner, with new maps planned for the next three months. On March 12, there is a schedule for the release of Little Cities: Bigger, a relaxing building game that combines the original game with 18 months of additional content.

Moving ahead to June 27, Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate takes center stage. This shooter with logic puzzles goes beyond the Second World War, as time travel becomes a crucial element, providing a distinct advantage in the conflict.

Looking further into 2024, we expect the release of two games. Zombie Army VR offers zombie-themed action for virtual reality, featuring a two-player co-op mode. Soul Covenant, on the other hand, is a story-driven action JRPG that primarily focuses on close combat.

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