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Sony’s PSVR 2 PC adapter launches in August

A photo of the PSVR 2 PC adapter.
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The PlayStation VR2’s PC adapter is now official. Just a few days after a certification revealed that Sony was working on the adapter, which would add PC support to the PS5-exclusive headset, the company officially unveiled the connector. It launches on August 7th and will cost $59.99.

Sony says the device will support all Steam VR games, including big-name titles like Half-Life: Alyx. In addition to the new adapter, Sony says players will need a DisplayPort cable to work with Steam titles on PC. (As well as a Steam account, obviously.) You can check out the minimum system requirements right here.

In a blog post, Sony explains that there will be some feature differences depending on whether you’re playing on PS5 or PC:

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