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With its advanced VR and impressive controllers the questions around PlayStation VR2 availability and pricing have been answered. With PlayStation Australia confirming a PS VR2 launch date of February 22, 2023, and a price-point of $879.95 AUD ($549.99 USD).

Head Here For Full Details on PlayStation VR 2 Hardware Specifications.

The $879.95 AUD includes the PS VR2 headset, PS VR2 Sense controllers, and stereo headphones. There's also a special Horizon Call of the Mountain bundle, and a PlayStation VR2 Sense controller charging station - here's the breakdown of what's coming.

PlayStation VR2




$879.95 AUD recommended retail price. Includes PS VR2 headset, PS VR2 Sense controllers and stereo headphones.

PlayStation VR2 Horizon Call of the Mountain Bundle




$959.95 AUD recommended retail price. Includes PlayStation Store voucher code for Horizon Call of the Mountain, PS VR2 headset, PS VR2 Sense controllers, and stereo headphones.

PlayStation VR2 Sense Controller Charging Station




$79.95 AUD recommended retail price. Players can charge the PS VR2 Sense controller through a simple click-in design, without having to connect to a PS5 console – freeing up the console’s USB ports.

Pre-orders for PlayStation VR2 and Horizon Call of the Mountain begin this month, on November 15. Although the price is higher than the PlayStation 5 console, which is required for PS VR2, it's worth noting that the VR tech here is impressive - from 4K HDR OLED display tech, eye tracking, and haptic feedback controllers. Compared to the original PlayStation VR it's a massive leap forward, and even when stacked up against high-end PC-based VR headsets the price-point is more than reasonable.



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