PlayStation VR Iron Man Bundle Is on Sale for $250

PlayStation VR Iron Man Bundle Is on Sale for $250

It’s been hard to find a PlayStation VR in stock in recent years, but not right now. Not only is the PSVR Iron Man VR bundle in stock, but it’s also on sale for $100 off as part of the PlayStation Days of Play sale. You can grab it now for $249.99 at Best Buy or GameStop.

PSVR Iron Man VR Bundle Deal

Playstation VR: Marvel's Iron Man VR Bundle
PlayStation VR: Marvel's Iron Man VR Bundle

The bundle includes everything you need to get the most out of PSVR. Hardware-wise, it comes with the headset itself, two PlayStation Move controllers, the PlayStation camera, and a camera adaptor so you can plug it into a PS5. On the software side, you get copies of Marvel’s Iron Man VR and the PlayStation VR Demo Collection 3.

If you’re considering picking this up, though, you should give it some thought first. PSVR came out in 2016, and it definitely shows its age. It requires roughly four miles of cables, which makes it way less convenient than, say, the Meta Quest 2 (see it at Amazon), which operates completely wirelessly and only costs $50 more.

You also might be better off waiting for PSVR 2. Sony has announced the specs, and it looks pretty good, although it will still require a cable. Unfortunately, that piece of hardware still doesn’t have a release date.

On the plus side, PSVR is available now and has some really great exclusive games. Resident Evil 7 in VR is legitimately the scariest gaming experience I’ve ever encountered — it’s fantastic. Astro Bot Rescue Mission is the most charming platformer I’ve played in years. Blood & Truth is like playing through a Guy Ritchie movie. You can even play through Hitman III entirely in VR.

Top 25 PSVR Games

Anyway, if you’ve been looking for something new to add to your gaming life, you could do worse than PSVR. It offers a cool new way to play games, even if it’s not a must-buy in 2022.

Chris Reed is a deals expert and commerce editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.



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