PlayStation VR Game Prices Revealed Via PSN

It looks like PSVR games may not be quite as you might have expected.

Posted By | On 08th, Aug. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

15 Things You Need To Know About PlayStation VR

The long prevalent question of just how much we can expect to pay for the average PlayStation VR title has finally been answered, what with Sony putting multiple PlayStation VR games up on the PSN Store- this has revealed to us just how much we will need to pay, on average, for a PSVR game.

It seems like highly anticipated PlayStation VR games, such as RIGS: Mechanized Combat League, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, and PlayStation VR Worlds, will set players back by as much as $55 (which is the price for RIGS)- at minimum, players can expect to part with at least $18 for a PlayStation VR game, with Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, the PlayStation VR exclusive follow up to Sony’s surprise 2015 hit, surprisingly being among the cheapest games on offer.

PlayStation VR is due out on October 13 for $399 for the SKU without the PlayStation Move and PlayStation Camera, and $499 for those two included.

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  • Starman

    $55 Will not get you the full game first of all(do the research and you will find answers ..instead of saying “show a link” like a Sony fangirl)…. and if they’re having prices that are ranging from $18 to $24 is because they are a bunch of indie games that are overpriced even at your so called low prices…

    • Michael

      That is for the players….lol

    • jp

      they are selling tech demos basically.

  • Doggystyle

    LOL. Sony handling their business and keeping their foot on Microsoft’s throat.

    • Jennifermwilloughby

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    • Nintengods

      lol $ony desperately stumbling around trying to find anything to stick while Nintendo moves in for the kill

  • Nintengods

    Wonderbook 2: Wonder why the people didn’t buy a low resolution gimmick


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