Sony has announced the launch of its PlayStation VR Bundle, which is around $100 more expensive, but includes the needed console camera for use. To add this it comes with VR headset, two PlayStation Move controllers, the PlayStation VR Worlds suite of games and all of the hardware needed to run a PlayStation VR (including USB and HDMI cables). A PlayStation 4 console is needed to use the PlayStation VR. This pack will be available from March 29.

If we look at prices separately, the bundle is cheap as PlayStation VR is now available for pre-order at a price tag of $399 without a camera and PlayStation Move controller (Move controllers are not mandatory but improve the gameplay experience), also in bundle one game is included.

Sony’s President Andrew House also stated that the virtual reality supported media player will be released along with the launch of VR headset. Moreover, around fifty games will be released from October till the end of 2016. The company is working with 230 developers such as Electronic Arts, 2K Games, and Ubisoft which is indeed a good news for PlayStation 4 owners.

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