The most affordable and accessible VR option out there.
Virtual reality is, well, a reality, and the easiest way to lose yourself in a virtual world is with a PlayStation VR bundle. There’s an extremely good chance you already have a PS4, so you’re halfway there. All you need is the headset and camera and you’re off to the races.
Of course, that’s the barest minimum. Throw in a pair of Move controllers and a game (or two) and you’re really ready to rock. There are quite a few ways to get yourself set up with a PSVR of your own, and if you’re looking for a relatively low-cost way to experience some of this year’s best games, Tetris Effect and Astro Bot Rescue, you really owe it to yourself to pick up one of these bundles.
PlayStation VR Borderlands 2 and Beat Saber Bundle
This is the latest PSVR bundle, and it comes out December 14. Inside the box are the PSVR headset, a pair of Move controllers, PlayStation Camera and a set of games. Borderlands 2… but in virtual reality. Borderlands 2 is one of the funnest games of all time, so taking it into virtual reality is a great way to revisit this classic. But you also get Beat Saber, a rhythm game where you slice sounds to pieces with a laser sword.
PlayStation VR Astro Bot Rescue Mission and Moss Starter Bundle
This is another bundle with everything you need, including the Move controllers. It also has two of the best PlayStation VR games packed in: Astro Bot Rescue Mission and Moss. To hear some people talk, Astro Bot is one of the best games of 2018, but you can make up your own mind.
PlayStation VR Creed: Rise to Glory and Superhot Bundle
Stick and move with two great VR games taking full advantage of the PSVR’s head tracking. You also get the Move controllers, headset, and PlayStation camera. If you haven’t experienced Superhot VR, it is absolutely worth seeking out.
PlayStation VR Batman Starter Bundle
This starter bundle for PlayStation VR has everything you need to become Batman. Who doesn’t want to be Batman? Includes the PlayStation VR helmet, camera, controllers, and a copy of Batman VR.
PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Bundle
Gran Turismo is one of the biggest PlayStation franchises of all time, reaching back to the very first PlayStation console. Since its inception, it’s been a showcase for the power and realism of every PlayStation console, and the VR version is no different.
PlayStation VR Doom VFR Bundle
Doom has always felt like a natural fit for virtual reality, even since the very first game way running on rickety PCs. This bundle doesn’t include the Move controllers, but they aren’t really necessary to enjoy Doom anyway.
If you just want the headset, for whatever reason, you can grab one by itself, too. You’ll need to supply your own PlayStation camera, but if you only want the bare minimum, or already have the camera and Move controllers, it’s totally possible.