Sony cuts the price of PlayStation VR by 100 euros

HTC has taken its chest out with the announcement of the HTC Vive Pro, the highest resolution virtual reality device on the market, but at too high a price for all players to access the device. Sony is following a very different strategy with its PlayStation VR, which is technically much lower, but at a much more affordable price after the last sale of 100 euros.

Sony cuts the price of PlayStation VR by 100 euros, Sony cuts the price of PlayStation VR by 100 euros, Optocrypto

PlayStation VR now for only 299 Euros with camera included

PlayStation VR will not be by specification the best virtual reality device on the market, but its price is €299 after the last permanent rebate applied by Sony. Also included in this price is a camera required for its operation and a copy of VR Worlds. This rebate will be implemented from tomorrow and will be permanent.

 

In this way Sony continues to try to give new impetus to its virtual reality platform, PlayStation VR came onto the market about a year and a half ago and had since sold more than two million units worldwide and 12.2 million compatible games.So far it has been the best-selling VR device, showing that Sony’s strategy of offering a modest product in features but at a tighter price has been a success. There are currently some 150 games available for PlayStation VR, a very decent figure that shows that VR still has a long way to go.

Sony cuts the price of PlayStation VR by 100 euros, Sony cuts the price of PlayStation VR by 100 euros, Optocrypto

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