Sony has recently announced that they are going to cut the price of the VR headset permanently starting March 29.
These are the first official price drops PSVR has seen since launch back in October 2016.
We have some great news for those who have been waiting to jump into PlayStation VR. In Europe, this translates to €300, a drop from $400/€400.
It's a pretty good deal, because you also get two PlayStation Move controllers, not to mention a copy of Skyrim VR. If you live in Australia and New Zealand, unfortunately you'll have to wait a little longe because the price cuts don't take effect until April 2nd globally.
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If you have an extra 50 United States or 70 Canadian dollars to spend, the PlayStation VR The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Bundle comes with a pair of PlayStation Move controllers as well.
As of March 29, a PlayStation VR and PlayStation Camera bundle will cost £259.99 in the United Kingdom, a significant reduction on its current suggested retail price of £349.99. This new price update will affect all western countries.
If you are one of those gamers, then this week is your lucky. week.
Sony's PlayStation VR headset has been on the market for around 18 months now, but during that time, plenty has changed.