Sony Testing PC Support For PlayStation VR2

PlayStation VR2 launched in February of last year and while its debut featured new first-party titles like Horizon Call of the Mountain, our favorites on the new platform featured previously released titles like Resident Evil Village. Since that launch, support for the platform has been sparse, to say the least, especially from PlayStation itself. However, Sony has revealed it is currently testing PC support for PS VR2, with hopes to make that support available this year. 

“[We’re] pleased to share that we are currently testing the ability for PS VR2 players to access additional games on PC to offer even more game variety in addition to the PS VR2 titles available through PS5,” a new PlayStation Blog post published today reads. “We hope to make this support available in 2024, so stay tuned for more updates.”

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The rest of the blog goes on to detail new and upcoming titles coming to PS VR2, but those are going to be playable with PlayStation 5 consoles. However, it sounds like PC support, which could open up a flood gate for new VR content, might arrive later this year. 

For more about the hardware, read Game Informer’s PS VR2 review, and then read Game Informer’s Horizon Call of the Mountain review. After that, read about why Resident Evil Village is the PS VR2’s best exclusive, and then check out these 10 games to play using your VR headset. 

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