PlayStation Planning PC Support For PSVR2 in 2024

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In a new blog post today, PlayStation announced that it is planning to add PC support for the PSVR2 system sometime in 2024.

The company said that “we are currently testing the ability for PS VR2 players to access additional games on PC”.

Since these plans are only still in testing, fans might expect PC support to arrive later in the year.

However, this is only speculation. PlayStation did not reveal an exact release date. But the company did confirm that “we hope to make this support available in 2024”.


The PSVR2 system first released last year, with a launch lineup featuring over thirty games throughout the launch window. This included thirteen brand-new titles.

However, the VR space continues to expand. The PlayStation VR2 could still use a wider selection of games, and PC support would definitely be a major leap forward.

Fans are already speculating on some of the potential PC games that would benefit from this access. But PlayStation did not elaborate on just how expansive the support would be.

The Apple Vision Pro released earlier this month, to mixed reviews. Some users were unhappy with its weight, among other things.

So, the PSVR2 probably has one less competitor there. Although, there are still talks that Xbox could invest in a handheld device sometime in the future. For now, Microsoft recently announced it is working on a ‘powerful’ next-gen console.

Jim Ryan, who will step down from his CEO position at Sony Interactive Entertainment next month, recently listed his top PlayStation games of every generation.

Hopefully, the PSVR2 will soon have the opportunity to include more classics of its own with PC support this year.

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