PlayStation VR2, Sony’s current generation virtual reality headset, is finally available in India. This news comes almost 10 months after its launch in the US and it costs slightly more than the standard PS5 in the country. The visor and Sense controller alone cost Rs. 57,990, although one can also opt for the Horizon Call to Mountain bundle, which is priced at Rs. 61,999. However, when it comes to online retailers it seems there is not enough stock. At the time of writing, only Amazon and the e2z store had the headset in stock, with the latter only listing the base version. Other notable sites have the option to pre-book or enable email notifications whenever they’re ready.
As such, the PS VR2 catalog is now available for purchase on the PlayStation Store, including the aforementioned Horizon spin-off, which is available for Rs. 3,999 digitally. The bundle even comes with a voucher to download the game, though with some special cover art to differentiate it. In it, you play the role of Ryas, a former Shadow Carza warrior who is transported to the central part of Sundome to solve a mystery, using highly advanced tribal skills like archery and weapon craft to take down giant beast-like machines. Takes advantage. Despite the new nature, you will at several points meet Aloy, the protagonist of the series, and other familiar characters who assist us in the quest. In a way, this is Guerrilla Games’ way of expanding the Horizon universe, with a sequel to the main series also planned.
As always, the headset should be available soon across all major retailers such as Amazon, Croma, E2Z Store, Flipkart, Games The Shop, Reliance Digital, Shop at SC, and Vijay Sales. In fact, if you choose to buy from Amazon right now, it will be discounted by 8 percent for a limited time, bringing the price down to Rs. 54,990 – which is the same price as the Bluray-equipped PS5 console.
While the PS VR2 launch is great news for virtual reality enthusiasts, many people online are inquiring from Sony India about the status of their Spider-Man 2 Collector’s Edition orders. Players who pre-ordered the package in June still haven’t received it with Sony Allegedly Delaying orders indefinitely. Keep in mind that the company has still not made any official statement on this issue on its social handles.
The PS VR2 comes with a 4,000 x 2,040 OLED panel resolution (2000 x 2040 per eye), running at 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rates, enabling seamless navigation while gaming. As far as the visor goes, it features a 110-degree FOV – the same as its predecessor – and a transparent toggle, letting wearers see their surroundings without having to take off the headset. Current virtual reality systems require tracking cameras to be installed in any corner of the room for height adjustment, but PS VR2 does not require this. It also has a sensory feature that takes advantage of senses from within the game and motor vibrations to simulate stressful situations.
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