PlayStation VR Skyrim Bundle Announced For $449

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The Skyrim PSVR bundle launches in the U.S. and Canada on the same day as the game's launch, November 17th, for $449.99 USD/$579.99 CAD. One was the Core bundle, which included the PSVR HMD and the Processor Box that you need to plug it in to your computer. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR is set to arrive on November 17 and, to capitalize on this occasion, PlayStation has announced a new, themed PSVR bundle. It includes the base game, all of its DLC, an updated PSVR demo disc and, of course, the PlayStation Camera and two Move motion controllers. It makes sense, then, that Sony is bundling the game with new headsets.

In October, Sony released a Gran Turismo Sport PSVR Bundle in Europe, and last week, it announced that the GT Sport package would come to North America, too. For those who have yet to play Skyrim, you are in for massive treat.

PlayStation VR just recently celebrated its first full year of release, and for those that have yet to dive in to the PS4's virtual reality platform, the upcoming The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR might prove an enticing incentive for those that want to explore VR at its potential. Skyrim VR can be played with either a DualShock 4 or the PlayStation Move controllers.

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The new Skyrim ad keeps that theme going, and Lempel says the goal was to really lean into the sensory experience of VR.

The bundle will include the updated PS VR system with a revised design that enables the stereo headphone cables to be integrated with the VR headset, and a streamlined connection cable.

While the Skyrim VR bundle may be a right proper deal for people with disposal income and $450 to blow just for the sake of it, I still think VR is a long ways away from being a worthwhile consumer endeavor.

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