In the wake of sold out units all over the world, it seems like Sony is finally going to be restocking shelves with PlayStation VR. And, good news -- the (fairly costly) PlayStation peripheral is getting more bundles in keeping with the system demand.
The bundles were announced via the PlayStation Blog today. The first of these bundles is the PSVR launch bundle that debuted with the headset, featuring the PS camera, 2 Move controllers, a VR demo disc, and PSVR Worlds (a disc full of unique VR experiences). The second bundle will include all of that, except it'll replace VR Worlds with Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, the VR companion to the breakout hit Until Dawn.
It's nice to see that more bundles are coming -- up until now, if you missed out on a launch bundle, you had to try to scrounge together all the required PSVR pieces yourself, which could be a bit of a hassle. Hopefully this means that Sony will also be doing more to support VR and VR content in the near future. Last week they launched Resident Evil 7 -- a massive VR title -- with little-to-no fanfare. In fact, most of the promotion for it has been doing by fans and word-of-mouth, rather than by Sony or Capcom.
I actually did a bit of hands-on time with PSVR myself over the weekend, and I have to say I'm pretty impressed with what it can do for what's basically low cost in comparison to other VR headsets on the market. The Batman Arkham VR experience, while short, was incredibly impressive, and something every fan of the series should try out. I was also really impressed with PSVR Worlds, and even though I was terrified during my brief time with it, Resident Evil 7.
How many of you guys have been interested in PSVR? Have you tried out any VR games?