PS4's Skyrim VR Headlines A New PSVR Bundle

PS4's Skyrim VR Headlines A New PSVR Bundle

PS4's Skyrim VR Headlines A New PSVR Bundle

It's not a stretch to say that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR will be one of PlayStation VR's (PSVR's) biggest releases yet, not just in terms of content but also notoriety. It includes the base game, all of its DLC, an updated PSVR demo disc and, of course, the PlayStation Camera and two Move motion controllers. Well Skyrim VR Bundle will provide you a list of 13 PSVR titles to choose your next game from.

Time to get your FUS RO DAH on, because Skyrim VR is available to pre-order now (Amazon Prime members can save 20-percent). For those who are longtime fans of the game, Skyrim VR will transport you right into the game's epic world.

The VR variant of the widely popular The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the new title was announced at Sony's E3 2017 press conference in June.

The Skyrim VR bundle launches on November 17 for the price of $499.99 Dollars and $579.99 CAD; both the United States version and the Canadian version are available for pre-order starting today. In a way, if you already have a PS4 and you had a choice between a PS4 Pro and PSVR bundle, you're definitely getting a lot more with the VR bundle than you would with a PS4 Pro, and I'm saying this as someone who doesn't like VR very much.

Until now, the majority of VR games have been rather short in terms of length but Skyrim VR is the full open-world Skyrim adventure you'll find on any other platform. And you will - all in a stunning virtual reality package.

The upgraded system also brings a new Processor Unit, meant to allow HDR passthrough, meaning users can utilize HDR-compatible PS4 content without disconnecting the Processor Unit between the TV and console. Both arrive on November 17th. The bundle also comes with Skyrim add ons - Dawnguard, Dragonborn and Hearthfire, as per PS Blog. New player eager to jump in?

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