PlayStation VR Is Getting a Huge Price Cut This Month

Saul Franklin
February 17, 2018

It's offering discounts on three PSVR bundles, the best of which is a $199.99 package that includes Gran Turismo Sport, the PSVR headset, and the PlayStation Camera, which is necessary for VR. The PlayStation VR Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Bundle will cost $349.99, down from $449.99.

If you've been looking at jumping into the world of Virtual Reality but have been hesitant to do so because of the intimidating prices, there's good news.

In this bundle, you'll find a headset, PlayStation Camera, two PlayStation Move controllers, PSVR Demo Disc 2.0 and a copy of Skyrim VR. Thanks to an upcoming sale on some special bundles, the PSVR will now sport some very appealing price tags, making it much more affordable.

Sony's PlayStation VR holiday deal was such a popular promotion that the company is bringing it back for a limited time.

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PS4 fans, however, will do well skipping on theDoom VFR Bundle that Sony stuffed with the VR gear, VR camera, and the VR demo disc. The offer will include PS VR standalone headsets and bundles that will start from $199.99 (MSRP). "There are more than 150 games and experiences available that are compatible with PS VR, and more than 130 highly anticipated games and other entertainment content expected to launch by the end of this year".

The holiday season's most popular PSVR bundle is also getting in on the discount fest. Note that it lacks the Move controllers you will need for many games.

Will you be taking advantage of the PlayStation VR price drop to pick one up this month?

These PS VR bundle deals are only available in the United States at participating retailers like GameStop, Walmart, Best Buy and Target.

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