The PSVR is launching in a few weeks, but even as early as now, Sony is offering a peek into the Core Bundle.
Sony released a video with Sid Shuman, director of Social Media in PlayStation, showcasing the content of the upcoming PSVR Core Bundle. Diving into the box, the package includes the virtual reality (VR) headset, headphones, the processing box that connects to the TV and PlayStation 4, a bunch of cables and the demo disc.
Some missing items include the PS Eye Camera, which is needed to play the games, Gizmodo reported. PS Move controllers are also not included in the package.
PSVR Demo Disc
The demo disc, aside from the headset, is the most exciting inclusion of the box. It includes 18 VR titles, which can be enjoyed at the get go.
The demos include "Driveclub VR," "PlayStation VR Worlds," "Wayward Sky" and "Headmaster" among others. The titles offer different experiences that can groom players into the unique immersive adventure that is the VR.
PSVR Specs, Details
The PSVR headset sports a 5.7-inch OLED display with 1080p resolution. Its most notable specs is its Refresh Rate of 120 Hz, which means that it can display 120 frames per second (fps). This is 30 more than the 90 fps of its competitors Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
It is expected that the PSVR will offer a smoother experience as the higher fps means less blur, which would also lessen motion sickness and other complications.
As aforementioned above, the headset connects to the PS console. Contrary to the other VR headsets out in the market today, it can integrate with the PS4, which would do away with the need for a separate computer that is usually required.
The PSVR Core Bundle that will be launched on Oct. 13 is set to be priced at $400.