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Sony "considering plans" to bring PlayStation VR to PCs

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PanARMENIAN.Net - Sony is "considering plans" to let people use PlayStation VR with a PC, Engadget reports a Nikkei interview with Sony's Masayasu Ito.

After all, he says, the PS4 and PCs share similar parts (namely, similar processor and graphics architectures) -- it wouldn't be a big stretch to support both.

Sony is focused on building games to make sure PlayStation VR succeeds on its home turf, Engadget says. There will be an "expansion into various fields," Ito says, but anything besides the PS4 is playing second fiddle right now.

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