Sony Set to Launch Two New PlayStation VR Bundle Deals This Month

PlayStation VR Bundle

Sony going to bring a fresh set of PlayStation VR bundle deals this month for 2019, as revealed yesterday on the official PlayStation blog. The games being offered in the bundle deals are varied from action to horror to sports, showcasing the growing range of PS VR titles.

The first PlayStation VR bundle includes the games Blood & Truth and Everybody’s Golf VR and costs $349.99. the bundle will be launched on May 28, which is also the released date of Blood & Truth. The bundle comes with the PS VR system, a PlayStation camera, a demo disc, two PlayStation Move controllers, a Physical copy of Blood & Truth, while a digital code for Everybody’s Golf VR.

The second bundle includes Trover Saves the Universe! And Five Night at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted. These titles are equally unique and are both thriller and horror games. Five Night at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted is a very famous horror game that comes in a VR version featuring all the jump scares and creepy animations famous in the series. The bundle will be launched right at the end of this month, on May 31, and will cost $299.99.

The second bundle also contains the PS VR system, a PlayStation camera, a demo disc, and digital codes for both games.

Sony is showing a lot of love to its PlayStation VR in 2019, considering that there are many titles coming this year that include No Man’s Sky: Beyond, Iron Man VR, Dreams, Mini-Mech Mayhem, Concrete Genie, and Vacation Simulator. While not all of them are big titles, it still shows that a lot of content is to come for the system.

What do you think of the two new PlayStation VR bundles being launched by Sony this month? Are you going to buy one? Which bundle interests you the most? Post your comments below.

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