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Sony to launch PC adaptor for PS VR2 in August 2024 priced at USD 59

Product updates

  • Sony officially announced a USD 59.99 PC adapter for its PlayStation VR2 headset. The adapter, slated to launch on August 7, aims to extend the utility of the PS5-exclusive headset by enabling compatibility with all Steam VR games on PCs.

  • According to Sony, the PlayStation VR2’s PC adapter will support all Steam VR games, including major titles such as Half-Life: Alyx and Fallout 4 VR. However, users will need a DisplayPort cable and a Steam account to play these games on a PC using the adapter. 

  • While the PlayStation VR2 was originally designed for the PS5, the adapter can still harness features such as 4K visuals, a 110-degree field of view, finger touch detection, foveated rendering, and 3D audio in supported games. However, it might lack certain PS5-specific features like HDR, headset feedback, eye tracking, adaptive triggers, and haptic feedback.

  • Analyst QuickTake: The move provides a sizable increase in VR game titles users can experience using their PS VR 2 headset, with the PlayStation Store currently offering over 500 game titles. In comparison, Steam lists nearly 1,000 game titles under its "Popular" category, with over 5,000 VR titles on its platform.

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