The PC Adapter For PlayStation VR2 Arrives This August With Some Drawbacks

The PC Adapter For PlayStation VR2 Arrives This August With Some Drawbacks

Here’s a look at the minimum PC requirements to use PlayStation VR2 on your PC

However, as exciting as being able to use your PlayStation VR2 device on PC is, it comes with some distinct drawbacks. 

“PS VR2 was designed from the ground up specifically for PS5 – so you’ll notice that some key features, like HDR, headset feedback, eye tracking, adaptive triggers, and haptic feedback (other than rumble), are not available when playing on PC,” the PlayStation Blog post reads. “However, other high-fidelity and sensory immersion features on PS VR2 are supported, including 4K visuals (2000 x 2040 per eye), 110-degree field of view, finger touch detection, and see-through view, as well as foveated rendering (without eye tracking) and 3D Audio in supported games.” 

PlayStation says the most immersive way to experience PlayStation VR2 will remain the PS5, even after this PC adapter is available for purchase. 

To set up the PC adapter, you will have to connect PlayStation VR2 to your PC using the adapter and the DisplayPort 1.4 cable. After that, download the PlayStation VR2 App and the SteamVR app from Steam. This will allow you to set up the device on PC, customize your settings, and play SteamVR games. 

The PlayStation VR2 PC adapter will be available for purchase starting August 7. 

Are you going to purchase the PlayStation VR2 PC adapter? Let us know in the comments below!

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