Sony's PlayStation VR2 headset and controllers may soon be compatible with PCs via a new adapter, if a Sony filing with a South Korean regulator is any indication.

Earlier this week, a PC adapter for the PS VR2 was certified with the Korean National Radio Research Agency, which examines, tests, and certifies tech products. The adapter now has a certification number, which suggests a public release could be on the horizon. The PC adapter for the VR2 would mark the first time Sony has enabled full PC support for its VR devices.

The PS VR 2 is currently only compatible with the PlayStation 5 console. It's not fully compatible with PCs and won't connect to a PS4 console. Sony's original PS VR headset will work with either the PS4 or the PS5, thanks to a different adapter it made for the 2016-era headset that connects it to the newer console.

If a PS VR 2 adapter comes to market, it could also mean that PC players might be able to access PS VR 2 games, though it's also possible PC users might be limited to a smaller library. Sony hasn't publicly confirmed or commented on the existence of this PC adapter yet, but it said it was testing "the ability for PS VR2 players to access additional games on PC" earlier this year. Sony also previously said it plans to roll out PC support sometime this year.

It's possible that Sony is opening up compatibility to better compete with its VR rivals like Meta, whose Meta Quest 3 and Meta Quest 2 headsets have long been able to connect to PCs to access PC VR apps and games. Sony's PS VR2 was first released back in February 2023.