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- Bundle Includes PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, two PlayStation Move controllers, and Skyrim VR game.
- A true, full-length open-world game for PS VR, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR reimagines the complete epic fantasy masterpiece with an unparalleled sense of scale, depth, and immersion.
- Simply plug your PlayStation VR and PlayStation Camera into your PS4 system and transport yourself to new gaming worlds like never before.
- Power Source: AC Adapter
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Your heart will race. Your pupils will dilate. Your instincts will kick-in and take over as you discover new worlds.
Slay mythical beasts, survive the undead, or take the wheel as a professional driver, the choice is yours.
Over 100 games and counting*. Feel them all with PlayStation VR.
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PlayStation is dedicated to delivering new, ultra-sensory experiences - We're excited for titles like Skyrim VR, Gran Turismo Sport, The Inpatient, Bravo Team, Doom VFR and many more.
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The PlayStation VR headset was engineered to be balanced, comfortable, and adjustable. It’s designed to feel like it's not there – keeping you free from distraction as you explore new gaming worlds.
A true, full-length open-world game for PS VR, Skyrim VR reimagines the complete epic fantasy masterpiece with an unparalleled sense of scale, depth, and immersion. Winner of more than 200 Game of the Year awards, Skyrim VR includes the critically-acclaimed core game and all official add-ons – Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn. This bundle vault you into the world of Skyrim in virtual reality, including a PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, two PlayStation Move controllers, and the Skyrim VR game. From battling ancient dragons to exploring rugged mountains and more, Skyrim VR brings to life a complete open world for you to experience any way you choose. Skyrim VR can be played with either a DUALSHOCK 4 controller or the PlayStation Move Motion controllers. To heighten your experience, each controller also enables you to customize your movement with both free movement and teleportation options. A PS4 system (sold separately) is required to use PS VR. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, winner of over 200 Game of the Year Awards, is reborn as Skyrim VR, bringing to life a complete open world for you to experience any way you choose. Dragons, long lost to the passages of the Elder Scrolls, have returned to Tamriel and the future of the Empire hangs in the balance. As Dragonborn, the prophesied hero born with the power of The Voice, you are the only one who can stand amongst them. Includes the add-ons Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn. PlayStation VR TRANSPORT YOURSELF TO NEW WORLDS. Your heart will race. Your pupils will dilate. Your instincts will kick in and take over as you discover new worlds. Slay mythical beasts, survive the undead, or take the wheel as a professional driver, the choice is yours. Simply plug your PlayStation VR and PlayStation Camera into your PS4 system and transport yourself to new gaming worlds like never before. OVER 100 GAMES AND COUNTING1. FEEL THEM ALL WITH PLAYSTATION VR.
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Once you get familiar with everything, demo it to as many people as possible, please. It's seriously THAT good, and you'll be helping spread the word about vr.
PSVR's best killer vr game/app for now is 'WipeOut: The Omega Collection'.
Followed by Resident Evil 7.
Farpoint with the AIM controller.
WHAT YOU'RE GETTING
This is the redesigned version 2 model. You get a slightly revised vr headset with buttons (power, volume, & mute) on the headset instead of a separate wired, white inline remote box of the V1 model. V1 headphones plug into this box too (adding yet another cable!), V2 earphones snap into rails and the earbuds plug neatly into the headset for storage (no wire clutter vs V1).
You get an updated processing unit box that can automatically pass HDR signal unlike V1 where you had to buy an aftermarket switch box or swap cables.
You get slightly improved Move controllers (that will need charging) with 30% larger batteries, and a micro usb port vs mini usb on the old ones. Any stand or charger will work with ANY moves, as they charge by contact points, and NOT by usb connection. Yes the old PS3 Moves work with psvr (they're the same as the V1 PS4 Moves).
You also get a much lighter/slimmer 1-piece cable coming from the headset to the processor unit vs a heavy 2-piece cable with a bulky inline connector box on the V1.
You want this version as it has minor but welcome QOL changes (Cuh-zvr2) aka V2.
The gaming, screen resolution, and everything else is the same between V1 & V2, so you get the same exact experience. The V1 psvr can be up to $100 cheaper though, and V1 & V2 components are not interchangeable/ compatible, only the Moves and HDMI cables are. V1's are being discontinued.
If you foolishly rather wait for PS5 & PSVR2, figure at least by 2021 or 22 we'll hear something, but you will be seriously missing out on some great vr over the next 4 or 5yrs. Also psvr is worth EVERY SINGLE PENNY!!! x1000 Especially this Skyrim bundle with Move controllers.
Some good games are: Demo Disc 1 & 2 (free), Playroom(free), Rec Room (free), FARPOINT with the Aim controller!! (co-op is amazing & so is the 1v1 pvp. It's like StarShip Troopers meets C.O.D. & the Terminator), Resident Evil 7 (10 to 15 hour long horror survival & best realistic graphics & immersion on psvr OMG! it's scary af!), Rick & Morty, Solus Project (10 to 15 hour long survival exploration on an alien planet with giant tornados, meteor showers, etc), Skyrim (open world Fantasy rpg with Huge Dragons & literally hundreds of hours of gameplay), Megaton Rainfall (fly around earth & the solar system destroying aliens and whole planets as an ultra powerful superhero similar to Superman vs War of the Worlds for like $15), Until Dawn: Rush of Blood(dual hands shooting evil clowns while riding on a roller coaster), Super Hot (must own Matrix style fps. Time stops as you stop), Arizona Sunshine (free locomotion 1 or 2 player co-op campaign Zombie survival shooter, 4 player Horde mode. This is The Walking Dead in vr!! It's about 6+ hours long and plays with ALL controllers), I Expect You To Die (Secret agent/spy James Bond type interactive vr game but it's kinda short), Doom VFR (Doom in vr), The London Heist (mix between The Transporter, Jason Bourne, & GTA. It's short but amazing!) on the VR Worlds disc, not the Mickey shooting gallery on the demo disc!, Batman Arkham VR (amazing graphics, and you're Batman the detective), Sprint Vector (fun marathon type race with up to 8 multi players), Rigs, Archangel (both are mech/giant robot games), Star Trek (4 players on the SS Enterprise), Preta: Vendetta Rising (40 hour plus RPG), Apex Construct (1st person free roam exploration adventure with crossbow), Moss (cute mouse puzzle game on Disney level graphically), UltraWings (cartooney airplane flight simulator with like 20 hours of gameplay) and a whole lot more.
Coming in 2018: way more great games such as: Blood & Truth, Firewall: Zero Hour, Ace Combat 7, Alvo, Zero Killed, End of The Beginning, Golem, Megalith, Reborn: A Samurai Awakens, Gunheart, Killing Floor Incursion, and many more!
Sony is not putting analog sticks on the Move controllers! Accept it, and let's move on. Also Move controllers WILL be needed at some point to get the full experience. Move controllers are your hands in vr. They allow you to: interact with the vr world, pick stuff up, dual-wield pistols & swords, shoot in 2 separate directions, use a bow & arrow, pick up a clip in 1 hand and stick it into the gun in your other hand to reload, they can be used as an airplane flight control stick, boxing gloves, light sabers, climbing a cliff, and much more. In Skyrim equip a sword & shield, and physically slash enemies as you would in real life, while blocking incoming dragon fire from behind the shield - sick! Superhot alone will justify your purchase. Some good games are being released as Move controller only. You can get by without them, but you'd be missing out on a lot of good games .
Many people will experience motion sickness, and many won't. It can make you really nauseous/sick and deter you from vr. So take frequent breaks if you start feeling woozy, and try games without free movement (use teleportation & snap turning in the options if you need to), or turn on comfort settings. You'll eventually get your "vr legs" by building up your tolerance in doses of 10-30 minute play sessions, don't force it. Try ginger candies or Dramamine to help further. DO NOT jump into RE7 or Skyrim straight away. It takes around 2 to 4 weeks to acclimate your brain & body to this new dimension of technology. Get your vr legs first!! Or be that guy hating on vr because he threw up.
You can play all vr games on your original, day one, 500GB OG PS4. The Pro sharpens up graphics, text, and boosts overall performance slightly (stuff like framerate, lighting, shadows, particle effects, etc). More and more games are getting Pro patches that result in a better looking game while in vr (RE7, Solus, Final Fantasy, etc). Not every game is Pro patched. You don't NEED a Pro for vr, but it is a slightly better experience as it's the only way to get the most out of vr. OG PS4 is still beautiful in vr, make no mistake!! Every vr game must run on OG first and foremost - per Sony, so don't obsess over it. If you have the budget, bought a great 4K hdr tv, and want the best possible vr experience, along with 4K HDR gaming & streaming, and you don't mind the $100 price difference, go for the Pro. Moving on...
Spend time with your camera setup for best results. Up high, like a foot above eye level facing down like a shower works well. Grab chargers for the Move controllers or a PSVR charging stand!
Optional: After initial setup, go back in settings>devices>psvr and adjust your ipd for the clearest image and proper scale!
After you're done, you DON'T/WON'T need a tv anymore unless you are using the social screen for other people in the room to see or play along with you in "couch co-op" games like Diner Duo or Playroom VR.
Once your games are loaded up, and everything updated, you can take the psvr anywhere with a power plug. You can play most games without an internet connection including Skyrim, but online is special in vr.
Ps. Get to reddit, be very mature, join the psvr community, and unlock the full potential of this amazing new technology. Hope this was helpful.
But it’s the feeling of presence that is indescribable. After hours of playing you literally feel like you were somewhere else.
The other headset improvements are all small but really do help with immersion. First the cables leading from your headset don't split into two cables until the end where they plug in. Version 1 had them split earlier on and it made the cords slightly more space consuming if you casually set the headset aside like I do. The more appreciated cable related changes are having the cable that comes out of the headset hang over your left shoulder instead of down your back. When hanging down your back you were always aware of the cable and that distracts you from your immersion in a game. The new headset also moves volume and mic controls to the headset itself instead of leaving them on the cable. With version 1 the headphones plugged in on the cable hanging down your back so you just had more wires on your back. In version 2 the headphones plug in near your ears and don't hang over your body as much, or at all if done right. Not having to trace your fingers along the cable to adjust volume is also appreciated. Now you can just adjust volume on the Headset. Headset is also slightly smaller/lighter but just slightly. The first headset never bothered me.
The Move controllers in this bundle are also new Move controllers. My version 1 PSVR had PS3 chargers. These new Move controllers are compatible with PS4 chargers which makes things more simple, especially since your PSVR takes up one of your two USB ports (or three if you have PS4 Pro). If you have an external hard drive like I do, that only leaves room for one charger. Of course you can always just plug the charger into your laptop or even a PS3 or XB1/360 if you have them so that's easy to work around.
As for Skyrim, I played Skyrim on PS3.. A LOT. I did everything up until having to decide which Civil War faction to do because I didn't want to rule out side quests. I was almost level 300. Beat Dawngaurd DLC and got to fight the boss in the Marrowind expansion but it was buggy and never ended.. or I didn't know what to do. PS3 also had terrible load times when you were far and had a bunch of stuff collected at your home (I hoarded) so I mainly stopped playing because load times were impossible to put up with.. 2.5 min some times.. just to load out of my manor. When PS4 port came around I bought Skyrim Special Edition at launch, platinumed the game and did a good bit with DLC. Then went back and platinumed Skryim on PS3 since I only needed a few hours worth of trophies. So you can imagine I had seen just about everything the game has to offer a couple times over (I had actually played a couple times in my PS3 day when I changed characters). So I expected to be tired of Skyrim, but I reaalllyyy wanted to support Bethesda Game Studios' VR endeavors.. so I bought Skyrim VR more to just vote for VR in general than to play it.
I was blown away. Sure it's the exact same game that many of us played multiple times over, but when you first leave the prologue and are going down the mountain and see Bleak Falls Barrow across the river on the far mountain, and it's HUUGGEE! It is an epic feeling. Nothing exists in VR like Skyrim VR. Closest thing is obviously Fallout 4 VR but that's not on PSVR currently anyway. The array of settings in Skyrim VR are a god send, especially for those working to get used to VR so they no longer experience VR sickness. You can control how much of your field of view is removed when you are moving, so that there aren't a bunch of images on your sides making you nauseous. You can set up teleportation movement or direct movement. You can use smooth turning or angle turning, and even control how wide the angles you turn are. There have been some great updates since the game launched giving you even more control over settings. Now you can adjust your height (I'm at least 6 foot 2 so it was weird having most people be taller than me). You can now also adjust movement speed. Additionally now you can add a cross hair to where your Move controller is pointing, making it much easier to grab items, thought the cross hair is a bit annoying sometimes haha.
Move controllers are the best way to play but if you just want to chill and power though some gameplay, regular DS4 controller works fine. However with Move, shooting a bow, raising your shield, swinging a sword, and firing two destruction spells in different directions are awesome. I especially like destruction casting for head on fights (was never a destruction user before VR), but I love using the bow when I'm sneak attacking.
Another tip, whenever you get to an amazing area, like under ground where the red Nurnroot is in that trippy cave, or when hunting the werewolf under the blood moon, or when in Savengard.. don't forget to create a new save so you can let your friends load into these awesome areas and look around. Great way to show off your VR!
Anyway I'm not saying the game is perfect. There are bugs as always, but considering where VR is today, this is the best offering by miles, so there is no game more deserving of 5 stars. I am glad Bethesda decided to port existing games as it will give them much insight into developing their future games. We have two new games coming before Elder Scrolls 6 so Elder Scrolls 6 will probably be on PS5 and PSVR2. For those who saw how much the engine improved from Oblivion to Skyrim, just think Skyrim was only two games later during the same console gen. When Elder Scrolls 6 comes out, it will be four games after Skyrim and two console generations later. ES6 will be amazing!