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Sony Is Working On A PSVR2 Adapter For PC Compatibility

Sony Interactive Entertainment is currently working on a PSVR2 adapter that will allow the virtual reality headset to be compatible with PC.

A PSVR2 adapter for PC has been certified (via) by the National Radio Research Agency in South Korea. The certification was filed by Sony Interactive Entertainment Korea on March 27, 2024. The console maker has yet to officially announce the device. As such, there is no information on its release schedule and pricing.

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A few months ago, Sony Interactive Entertainment had confirmed that it had been testing the ability for PSVR2 players to access additional games on PC to offer more game variety in addition to the PSVR2 titles available through PS5. The console maker had stated that it hoped to make this support available in 2024. However, there has been no update since then. It’s likely that there will be an announcement in this regarding at a forthcoming PlayStation Showcase event or a State of Play presentation.

Sony Interactive Entertainment has been taking a number of steps to enhance the appeal of its PSVR2 headset, one of which is incorporating official support for the PC platform. Another positive initiative is the introduction of PSVR2 titles in the monthly PS Plus Premium catalog.

Additionally, the console maker is working in collaboration with Flat2VR Studios to bring PSVR2 versions of select PS5 games. The developer recently mentioned on Twitter/X that it is in possession of a PSVR2 development kit. The developer further mentioned that it also has the source code for some “cool” games. The studio was then asked if it is able to mod PSVR2 support into existing titles much like it has done on PC. In response, Flat2VR Studios mentioned that it will be doing official ports rather than mods. It clarified that this initiative is the equivalent to, say, adding VR support to Resident Evil Village and Resident Evil 4 Remake, which Capcom handled internally. Flat2VR Studios, however, will be working with source code for externally developed titles in order to add VR support to them.

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