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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:50pm 29/03/18 | 1 Comments
With Sony Australia confirming that locally, from April 2, PlayStation VR will be available for the new recommended retail price of $419.95 AUD. Down from the current $549 AUD, it represents the first major price drop sine the PSVR launch in October 2016. And a sizable one too.

Making it the most affordable way to experience modern impressive VR.

For the new price you get:

  • PlayStation VR headset
  • PlayStation Camera
  • PlayStation VR Worlds game (download code)

Move controllers still sold separately. Also the new price means that you'll have instant access to well over 100 PSVR titles to purchase both digitally and at retail. Which, well, is a little overwhelming. From our time with PSVR we can though recommend GT Sport, DOOM VFR, Resident Evil 7, and of course Skyrim VR. If only just to walk up to a stream and dip your head into the waters and realise that, yes, the future is now.

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Posted 09:54am 30/3/18
Problem is other VR are releasing next gen versions and starting to make the PSVR look ancient in comparison..
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