Exciting PlayStation VR Bundles Are Being Offered This February
Sony is still pumping out promotional bundles for its PlayStation VR in a bid to improve hardware sales. Two bundles are set to arrive on retail stores in the United States this month. The bundles seems like they are going head-to-head with the Google Daydream View VR headset, which just rolled out a big discount for U.S. consumers until Feb. 25, 2017.
Perhaps Sony is encouraging people to get their significant others into virtual reality, an industry that has been showing signs of improving the dating scene. Nevertheless, PlayStation VR bundle offers are ready for February. The first bundle will be arriving next week. Individuals who are interested in the offer should expect: PlayStation VR headset; PlayStation Camera, PS4's motion sensor and camera accessory; Two PlayStation Move motion controllers, Sony's motion game controller; PlayStation VR demo disc and "PlayStation VR Worlds", the heavily marketed PSVR collection of five mini-games. The bundle will arrive with the usual retail price of 499 USD.
According to the PlayStation blog, the demo disc includes entertainment and gaming content from various genres. Users who enjoy a specific title can decide to purchase and download the selected game right after checking out the demo.
If the first bundle does not seem really interesting, there is a second bundle that is set to roll out later this month. The offer, however, will only be available to GameStop and EB Games. The bundle will have PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, Two PlayStation Move motion controllers, "Until Dawn: Rush of Blood" and PlayStation VR demo.
The game that aims to maximize the headset VR is "Until Dawn: Rush of Blood," a first person VR game developed by Supermassive Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It is a spin-off of the interactive survival horror game for PS4 "Until Dawn".
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