It has been a little while since Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) released a decent bundle for PlayStation VR, with the last being the Borderlands 2 VR and Beat Saber bundle in December 2018. Today, that’s now changed with two new deals set to launch later this month, each with different videogames and accessories.
The PlayStation VR Blood & Truth and Everybody’s Golf VR Bundle is the main one out of the two, as it comes supplied with the headset, PlayStation Camera, two PlayStation Move Motion controllers and the latest Demo Disc, with a sampling of PlayStation VR demos such as Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Moss, and Thumper.
The bundle will be available across the US and Canada for $349.99 USD (MSRP) / $449.99 CAD (MSRP) from 28th May.
As for the second, slightly smaller bundle, this includes Trover Saves the Universe and Five Nights at Freddies VR: Help Wanted. The only accessory is the Camera, plus the demo disc. The bundle will be made available on 31st May, the same day as the launch of Trover Saves the Universe, across the U.S. and Canada for $299.99 USD (MSRP) / $379.99 CAD (MSRP).
Currently, there’s no word on whether these bundles will be made available in other territories such as the UK and Europe.
There never seems to be a quiet time to delve into VR where PlayStation VR is concerned. During April there was a continual selection of new titles to choose from, including Falcon Age, Ghost Giant and Jupiter & Mars. And for this month gamers can choose from Trover Saves the Universe, Everybody’s Golf VR, Blood & Truth and Five Nights at Freddies VR: Help Wanted.
Still to come are videogames like Vacation Simulator, Iron Man VR, Dreams, Mini-Mech Mayhem, No Man’s Sky: Beyond and Concrete Genie.
If that’s not enough, PlayStation fans will be treated to another State of Play broadcast tomorrow, detailing titles like the upcoming MediEvil remake and hopefully more VR content. Additionally, those in the US will be able to visit PlayStation’s Road to Greatness Tour which is travelling the country this summer.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of PlayStation VR, reporting back with the latest updates.
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