Now, however, Sony is offering steep discounts on the PlayStation 4's virtual reality headset. There will also be the PlayStation VR Doom VFR Bundle which will retail for $299.99, which includes the headset, PS Camera, Doom VFR on Blu-ray Disc and the PSVR Demo Disc 2.0.
The most basic of the three PSVR bundles is the Gran Turismo Sport that has the combo of camera and headset gear, which should be enough to experience what AR gaming is all about.
The $200 gets you only the PSVR headset, so you'll still need the PlayStation Camera.
All of these bundles will be available via participating retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Gamestop and Target until March 3, after which the prices will presumably go up again.
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The Skyrim bundle is the priciest of the bunch at $349.99 as the unboxing will deliver the PSVR headset, the PS Camera, two PS Move controllers, the PS VR Demo Disc 2.0 and the Skyrim VR game title, including the official add-ons.
Out of all the bundles, the Gran Turismo package is arguably the best deal there is. The default standalone package includes the headset along with a processor unit, PlayStation VR headset connection cable, HDMI cable, USB cable, Stereo headphones, AC power cord, and AC adaptor.
Sony recently announced that its PlayStation VR holiday deal was so popular, they've elected to bring it back for a limited time.
The holiday season's most popular PSVR bundle is also getting in on the discount fest.
Will you be taking advantage of the PlayStation VR price drop to pick one up this month?