Sony’s certifying a PlayStation VR2 adapter for PC gamers

PC gamers should soon be able to use Sony’s PlayStation VR2 headset

It has been confirmed hat Sony has certified a PC adapter for the company’s PlayStation VR2 headset, making it compatible with Windows PCs. This adapter opens up Sony’s second generation VR headset for use with gaming PCs, broadening the headset’s potential userbase.

With this new adapter, Sony seeks to further establish itself within the PC and VR markets. Perhaps this will result in some PlayStationVR exclusive games and experiences coming to PC, or encourage the creation of more VR games for PC and PlayStation.

Right now, Meta’s Quest 2 headset is the most poplar PCVR headsets on the market. That said the Quest 3 quickly gaining market share. Should Sony throw their hat into the PCVR arena, the increased competition could be good for the VR ecosystem as a whole. It would also give Meta/Facebook haters a strong high-end headset option that is more reasonably priced than the Valve Index.

(Sony PSVR PC Adapter Certification Status)

Currently, it is unknown when Sony plans to release their PlayStation VR 2 PC adapter. It is also unknown how much this adapter will cost. We will report more on this topic when we know more.

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