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PlayStation VR first party launch titles pre-order

PlayStation VR first party launch titles now available for pre-order

Following Tuesday’s annual E3 Press Conference, PlayStation New Zealand is pleased to confirm that the 1st party line-up of launch titles for PlayStation VR (PS VR) are available now for pre-order from the PlayStation Store, or select New Zealand retailers.

The following 1st party software titles will be available on day one:

• RIGS Mechanized Combat League $109.95NZD RRP

• VR Worlds $69.95NZD RRP

• Until Dawn: Rush of Blood $34.95NZD RRP

• Super Stardust $34.95NZD RRP

• Hustle Kings $34.95NZD RRP

• Tumble VR $15.95NZD RRP

When PS VR launches on October 13, 2016, with a recommended retail price of $629.95NZD, it will bring with it the opportunity for virtual reality to reach the mainstream, as all 40 million PS4s in gamers’ homes across the globe are PS VR-capable. From some of the biggest franchises in gaming to brand new titles created exclusively for PS VR, a wide breadth of unique experiences will await gamers when PS VR launches. During Tuesday’s E3 2016 conference, Sony Interactive Entertainment America unveiled new PS VR experiences, including Farpoint, Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission, and Batman: Arkham VR.

“PlayStation VR is a virtual reality system that takes PS4 to the next level of immersion,” said Jim Ryan, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. “With the launch of PS VR on the horizon, we are looking forward to showing consumers that innovation has never been stronger at PlayStation as we offer unique experiences that truly embody VR’s potential.”

Head to the PlayStation New Zealand’s YouTube channel for all the latest video content. Follow @PlayStationNZ for the latest PlayStation news from E3 and in the lead up to launch.


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