PlayStation VR is Getting a Holiday Bundle With 5 of the Best PSVR Games

Featuring Moss, Blood & Truth, and more, the PlayStation VR Mega Pack Bundle is a stellar introduction to the VR headset this holiday.

November 23, 2020

Four years after the headset made its official debut, PlayStation VR has continued to be one of the most popular VR headsets around thanks to its accessibility, price, and collection of fantastic games designed for virtual reality on PS4. If you have yet to jump into PSVR for yourself, Sony is now giving the chance to grab the headset this holiday season with a collection of its best games right from the moment you begin playing.

Over on the PlayStation Blog, Sony has officially announced the PlayStation VR Mega Pack, a new bundle this holiday season that will offer the PlayStation VR headset alongside five of the platform’s best titles. Sony detailed that the bundle will be available in Europe, New Zealand, and Australia starting this week, with the bundle to feature Astro Bot Rescue MissionBlood & TruthEverybody’s Golf VRMoss, and PlayStation VR Worlds. Additionally, Sony also mentioned that the bundle includes the PlayStation VR adapter for the PS5, allowing those with Sony’s new hardware to try the headset out for themselves.

For those in the regions where it is available, the PSVR Mega Pack is likely the ideal staring point to pick up the headset if you have yet to own one yourself or are planning to pick it up as a gift this holiday season. The five games included in the bundle are easily some of the best that have been released for the headset so far, and whether you start with Astro Bot or Moss, there’s something here for everyone to check out the best of what PSVR has to offer.

PlayStation VR is available now for PS4 and is also supported on PS5.

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Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

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