Sony Cuts $100 Off PlayStation VR

Posted on March 28, 2018 by Mehedi Hassan in Hardware with 3 Comments

As Sony gets ready to launch a ton of new content for PlayStation VR this year, the company is making the hardware more accessible to all PlayStation users. Starting tomorrow, PlayStation VR will be discounted by $100.

The price cut will bring the price of the PlayStation VR down to only $299 in the United States, and $379.99 CAD in Canada. For $299,  you are getting the PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, and Doom VFR. Sony is also cutting $100 off the PlayStation VR Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim bundle, which will now be available for $349.99 in the United States and $449.99 CAD in Canada.

Sony says it will be significantly expanding the catalog of 220 PlayStation VR content by the end of this year by adding more than 180 games and experiences. As companies like Oculus and Google focus on portable, standalone VR experiences, it’s interesting to see Sony and Microsoft pushing head with full-fledged VR hardware.

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    I imagine we'll see an updated Sony headset before the holidays as well. People will caution that it is still early days for VR, but I can't help feeling like Xbox is really falling behind here. Microsoft has done a good job building out WMR capabilities, and putting its partners front and center, but it is time to put the hammer down and release a top-shelf Xbox headset.

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