The cost and the date of the PlayStation VR2 headset’s availability have been officially announced by Sony. The latest announcement also includes details about the virtual reality headset, whose rollout schedule is comparable to that of the new DualSense Edge.
Pre-orders for the Japanese tech juggernaut will start on November 15 in a number of international regions, according to official announcements. However, pre-order registrations are already open. Additionally, the business has launched a specific web page for the PS VR2. Remember that signing up does not ensure that you will be able to pre-order a PS VR2 headset, as the brand did mention. Additionally, Sony will only permit orders for one product per “PSN ID per household.” Due to a low supply but strong demand, this is probably done to deter hoarders and scalpers.
Additionally, it appears that the firm is limiting pre-orders to areas where the PS VR2 headset may be sold directly. It follows that only nations where the PlayStation Direct Store can ship to customers are eligible for early purchasers. If you can satisfy all of these requirements, you may order the new headset in advance starting on November 15. It will cost 5499 US Dollars, including taxes, to purchase. Along with the PS VR2 Sense controllers and even stereo headphones, the new PS VR2 headgear will also be sent by the firm.
The new PlayStation VR2 is also available from Sony in a Horizon Call of the Mountain combo for 599 US Dollars. In essence, a discount coupon for Horizon Call of the Mountain’s PlayStation Store is included. Even though the first orders will soon be available, the company won’t start selling the new headset until the following year. On February 22, 2023, the business plans to begin selling the gadget and its accessories. In addition to the existing 15 VR games, Sony has revealed that the PS VR2 will support an additional 11 VR games when it launches.
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