PlayStation VR2's PC VR Adapter Releases In August For $60

The adapter to use PlayStation VR2 as a PC VR headset ships from August 7.

The PSVR 2 PC adapter takes in the headset's single USB-C cable on one side. On the other side is a fixed USB cable, a DisplayPort port, and a third port that is likely for power.

The adapter will be available from PlayStation Direct and "select retailers", priced at $60 / €60 / £50.

Sony says you'll need your own DisplayPort cable, as one isn't included with the adapter. You'll also need Bluetooth to connect the controllers.

Some of PlayStation VR2's flagship features are not available when using the headset on PC: eye tracking, HDR, headset rumble, adaptive triggers, and precision haptics on the PSVR 2 Sense controllers.

Sony first announced it planned to let PSVR 2 owners "access additional games on PC" back in February, and the adapter was recently certified by a South Korean regulator, leaking its existence.

The adapter will make PlayStation VR2 the only recent PC-capable VR headset with OLED panels that has built-in tracking and comes with controllers, and by far the most affordable.

If you're interested in getting a PSVR 2 to use on PC, the headset is currently on sale for $100 off, meaning you can grab it for $450.

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