Sony is a master of bundling and has just introduced two attractive new PSVR bundles focused on different player tastes. Both include two games for the same price as the previous one-game bundles.
This time around you get two games in the box, with each bundle including one highly rated PSVR game and a brand new game that’s soon to launch. Both bundles launch the same day as the new game included in the box.
PlayStation VR CREED: Rise to Glory and SUPERHOT VR Bundle
The first bundle includes the PS Move controllers and two games that require them, the upcoming boxing game CREED: Rise to Glory (as a physical disc) and the Matrix-esque SUPERHOT VR (as a download voucher). Together the included games would normally cost $ 55.
The bundle is priced at $ 350 USD / $ 450 CAD and launches September 25th.
PlayStation VR Astro Bot Rescue Mission and Moss Bundle
The second bundle eschews the PS Move controllers, as the two included games are played with the PS4 gamepad: the upcoming platformer ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission (as a physical disc) and the acclaimed Moss (as a download voucher), the latter of which has still managed to hang onto it’s incredibly rare five star rating in the PlayStation Store. Together the included games would normally cost $ 60.
This bundle is cheaper than the other (given the lack of PS Move controllers), priced at $ 300 USD / $ 380 CAD and launches October 2nd.
Owners can always add the PS Move controllers after the fact, though they’re usually priced higher [Amazon] than the $ 50 difference between the two bundles.
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Both bundles of course include the slightly newer PSVR model, which has earbuds built in. Both also include the free PSVR Demo Disc 2.0 which has VR 13 demos. Owners can also download the original PSVR Demo Disc for free, which offers another 18 VR demos (though there’s some overlaps with Demo Disc 2.0).
The prior wave of PSVR bundles came in Skyrim VR, Doom, and GT Sport flavors; it seems that the company may be phasing them out. Expect to see these two new bundles discounted when the holiday shopping season approaches later this year.
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