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PlayStation Move Will Be Sold in Double-Pack for PlayStation VR

News Bot Sep 2, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    When Sony's PlayStation VR headset goes on sale in October, PS3-era motion controller, PlayStation Move, will also be available again in stores. Images of its packing and a product description have now surfaced online, along with confirmation the controller will be available in a double-pack.
    As reported by Australian site Press-Start, the PlayStation Move product description states the controller is "not required for [PlayStation VR] titles," but they "will bring the best experience whilst playing VR titles that will utilise [controllers]."
    It continues: "Nearly all PlayStation VR titles will support DualShock 4 controllers and several games will deliver an enhanced experience that further immerses gamers with the use of peripherals such as the Move controllers.
    "For example, Batman: Arkham VR can be played without Move controllers, however you would be holding DualShock controllers in each hand so the PS4 camera [can] see the light bar for the movement of each hand."
    It is unclear whether a single Move controller option will also be available.
    Take a look at the packaging for the PlayStation Move below.
    [​IMG]PlayStation VR will cost $400 and will arrive on October 13. Overseas, PlayStation VR will cost €399 in Europe, £349 in the United Kingdom, $549.95 in Australia, and ¥44,980 in Japan. It does not come with Move controllers or the PlayStation Camera, which are required for some games.
    The package includes a small processor unit and a series of cables, including HDMI and USB, among others, along with the headset itself. Sony is set to show off a number of VR titles at Tokyo Games Show 2016, which starts on September 16. These games include Batman: Arkham VR, Rez Infinite, and the virtual reality version of Resident Evil 7.


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