Like the Doom bundle, the Skyrim VR bundle comes with a copy of the game, the PSVR headset, a PlayStation Camera, and the Demo Disc 2.0. The service now has over 375 titles on offer and you can play up to five games a month.
The GT Sport bundle includes the PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, and GT Sport Blu-ray disc. This bundle is great for anyone looking to finally take the plunge into virtual reality. Sony says its PSVR holiday deals were massively popular, and so it is bringing them back starting on Sunday, February 18.
The deal had the lowest price ever on the standalone PSVR headset, at just $200. The $199.99 PS VR bundle will include the "Gran Turismo Sport" bundle, which includes the game and the PlayStation camera.
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GameStop, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target are listed as the participating retailers, but it's likely that Amazon will also drop their prices, or at least price match to the other retailers if listed prices don't come down. The default standalone package includes the headset along with a processor unit, PlayStation VR headset connection cable, HDMI cable, USB cable, Stereo headphones, AC power cord, and AC adaptor. Sony touts more than 150 games now available for PSVR, and more than 130 set to launch before the end of the year.
That's a discount of $100 on the regular price, matching the Christmas price and coming in $40 cheaper than the best deal we saw on Black Friday. There is so much to look forward to for PS VR this year and we can't wait for you to experience it for yourself.
It's worth noting too that getting any of the PSVR bundles now will mean experiencing VR gaming the Sony way, which in 2017 had benefitted from a number of feature bumps.