Stunning VR experience is Available now with PS VR at USD $399!
ByDate: Oct 14 2016 Views:
Sony Interactive Entertainment America (SIEA) today launched PlayStation®VR (PSVR) at USD $399 and CAD $549 along with a lineup of games and devices to enhance gaming and VR experiences.
This launch also introduces a lineup of 30 games, including exclusive titles such as Rez Infinite (Monstars & Enhance Games), Batman™: Arkham VR (RockSteady and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment), DRIVECLUB VR and RIGS Mechanized Combat League (SIE Worldwide Studios). By the end of this year the number will approximately be increased to 50.
PS VR delivers a sense of presence, where players feel as though they are physically inside the virtual world of a game. PS VR leverages state-of-the-art technologies, such as 360 degree head tracking, wide field of view, high refresh rates, and SIE's own binaural 3D audio technology, to heighten the emotions gamers experience as they play and make them believe they've been transported to another world. By using peripherals such as PlayStation®Move Motion Controller, DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller and the upcoming PS VR Aim Controller, players can explore virtual environments and intuitively interact with characters as if they are actually present in the world of a game.
PS VR will launch with a large and diverse lineup of first- and third-party games including EVE: Valkyrie (CCP Games), Thumper (Drool), 100ft Robot Golf (No Goblin), Job Simulator (Owlchemy Games), Superhypercube (Polytron), Battlezone (Rebellion), Eagle Flight (Ubisoft), Here They Lie™, PlayStation®VR WORLDS and Until Dawn™: Rush of Blood (SIE WWS).
With more than 230 developers and publishers*2 working on PS VR titles, the system's games portfolio will continue to expand after launch with highly anticipated games including RESIDENT EVIL® 7 biohazard (Capcom Co., Ltd), ROBINSON: THE JOURNEY™ (Crytek), Star Wars™ Battlefront™ Rogue One: X-wing VR Mission(Electronic Arts Inc.)*3, Star Trek: Bridge Crew (Ubisoft) and Farpoint (SIE WWS).
Previously Oculus has lower the price its VR-ready PC build by half and today we have PS VR as the cheapest high-end headset, VR experience is getting closer to be household level. You can check the full specifications of PS VR here.