Sony's PlayStation VR is here. Here's everything you need to know about Australian pricing, specs and compatible titles.
Sony's PlayStation VR (PSVR) is now in the wild and like the tangled, cable-happy hydra it is, it's slowly taking over Australian living rooms.
PSVR is a comparatively cheap option that aims to give your average consumer the opportunity to experience virtual reality with relative ease. As promising as that proposal sounds, it's still important to know exactly what you're spending your hard-earned dosh on. This is everything you need to know about PlayStation VR, including Australian pricing, release date, titles and reviews.
PSVR Australian pricing
The standard PSVR kit costs $549.95 is Australia. That doesn't include the required PlayStation Camera or two PlayStation Move Controllers (which are required for certain games).
Sony sells the PlayStation Camera for $89.95 and the PlayStation Move Twin Pack for $119.95, bringing the entire package to $759.85 (not including the PlayStation 4 console). It's worth noting that existing PlayStation Cameras and Move controllers will work with PSVR.
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|Price (including GST)||$549.95|
|Display Resolution||1920 x 1080 (960 x 1080 per eye)|
|Refresh Rate (Hz)||120|
|Maximum Frame-Rate||120 frames-per-second|
|Field of View||100-degrees|
|Bluetooth Mobile Integration||No|
|Forward Facing Camera||No|
|Head Tracking||360-degree head tracking|
|System Dashboard||PlayStation Network|
|Controller||PlayStation Move or DualShock|
|Required Equipment||PlayStation 4|
|Launch Titles||View launch titles|
|Audio Technology||New PlayStation 3D Audio Engine|
|Virtual Reality Store||PlayStation Store|