PlayStation VR Will Be Available to Pre-Order Next Week

Complete with a few added extras.

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The PlayStation VR may not be launching until October, but you’ll be able to secure yours ahead of time as Sony has announced an exclusive pre-order bundle for its virtual reality entry. Featuring everything that’s included in the PS VR “Core” bundle (the headset, cables, stereo headphones and demo disc), the limited “Launch” bundle will also include a PlayStation Camera along with two Move motion controllers and PlayStation VR Worlds.

Retailing for $499.99 USD, the special “Launch” bundle will be available to pre-order online beginning next Tuesday, March 22 at 7 a.m. PT. And if you miss out on the limited number that are available, fear not: Sony is promising another wave of pre-orders later in the summer.

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