The recently released PlayStation VR2 virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 5 console is already partially compatible with the PC.
According to a Twitter user under the nickname iVRy_VR, who previously worked on drivers for the original headset, the PlayStation VR2 can already be used in conjunction with personal computers, but so far only as a virtual monitor is equivalent to the "cinema" mode on the PS5.
To use PS VR2 with a PC, you need an NVIDIA RTX 20 series graphics processor and higher with a VirtualLink port or an AMD RX 6800 / RX 6900 graphics processor with a USB-C port or with a BizLink adapter.
Youtuber Tyrael Wood also released a video in which he confirmed the operability of the PlayStation VR2 with a PC. At the moment, there is no working way to use the PS MK2 with VR games on a PC.
This will require SteamVR drivers, as well as additional software support, but there is hope that in the end, craftsmen will still be able to make software that will allow you to fully work with the headset on a PC.
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