According to The Verge, the short answer to the question “can I use my PSVR2 to play VR games on my PC?” is “not really.” While PCs can pick up PSVR2 controllers via USB, the drivers for the actual system don’t exist. PC games simply aren’t coded to read the PSVR2 as a VR headset. The best they could do was use the headset as a second screen, The Verge found.
There is hope, however. Skeptical market observers might assume that Sony would build their peripherals to work solely with their extremely profitable flagship console. The fact that the controllers work suggests otherwise. The Verge quotes Sony representative Beca Truong in saying that “the PSVR2 is created for use with the PS5 console,” but also notes that she avoided the question about whether Sony might explore PC compatibility at a later date. Given that the original PSVR received unofficial support in SteamVR via third-party apps, gamers have reason to be cautiously hopeful.