PlayStation VR2 becomes compatible with PCs thanks to a hack

One of the biggest drawbacks of PSVR 2 is that it doesn’t work with desktop computers as smoothly as some of its rivals, such as Meta Quest. That’s where iVRy comes in, a Steam app that lets you force use various VR headsets in other programs, including the first PSVR, your smartphone and more.

A NeoGAF thread revealed that the hardware authentication tools for PSVR2 have been completely hacked. This means PSVR2 is now available on PC, although there are a few hurdles to overcome. iVRy is a small “PSVR2 Authenticated!” posted a tweet showing the message, but they couldn’t explain how they got there because Sony would be within its legal right to hunt them down.

Unfortunately for Sony, its headset is already a real commercial failure, so we think the manufacturer might eventually give up and turn on backwards compatibility to attract more gamers.

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