PlayStation December Deals Has Discounted PS4 Pro Bundles, $199 VR Bundles & More!

PlayStation December Deals Has Discounted PS4 Pro Bundles, $199 VR Bundles & More!

Did you miss out on this year’s PlayStation Black Friday deals? Well, fret not as Sony has revealed their upcoming holiday season sales for the PlayStation ecosystem. So go ahead and have a look.

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The deals comprise of three PlayStation VR bundles, price drops for the PlayStation 4 Pro bundles. These bargains will begin on December 10th, a Sunday, and will last all through December 24th, also a Sunday.

However, note that between the 10th and 16th of December, prices for the PlayStation 4 Pro console and its bundles will be $50 off its regular suggested retail price.

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PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Sport Bundle

$199.99 (MSRP) // Regular price: $299.99 (MSRP)

This bundle includes a PS VR system, a PS Camera, a copy of GT Sport, and the new PS VR demo disc. The world’s first racing experience to be built from the ground up now heightens the experience further by transporting gamers straight into the driver’s seat in virtual reality. Experience thrilling one-on-one racing with select cars in the dedicated VR Drive mode in Arcade Mode.

PlayStation VR DOOM VFR Bundle

$299.99 (MSRP) // Regular Price: $399.99 (MSRP)

This bundle includes a PS VR headset, a PlayStation Camera, a copy of Doom VFR and the new PS VR demo disc. DOOM VFR brings the fast-paced gameplay fans of the series love to VR. Lay waste to an army of demons as you explore and interact with new areas of the UAC facility on Mars, and Hell itself, from an entirely new perspective.

PlayStation VR The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Bundle

$349.99 (MSRP) // Regular Price: $449.99 (MSRP)

This bundle includes a PS VR system, a PS Camera, two PlayStation Move controllers, a copy of Skyrim VR and the new PS VR demo disc. Skyrim VR is perfect for longtime fans of the game who want to check out Skyrim’s epic world in virtual reality, or for the curious gamer looking to virtually dip their toes in Tamriel for the very first time.

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PS4 Pro 1TB Jet Black Console

$349.99 (MSRP) // Regular Price: $399.99 (MSRP)

The super-charged PS4 Pro system, with a DualShock 4 controller, is available for a limited time at an even greater value.

Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront ll PS4 Pro Bundle

$399.99 (MSRP) // Regular Price: $449.99 (MSRP)

This bundle features a fully customized PS4 Pro system, matching DualShock 4 controller, and a copy of Star Wars Battlefront II: Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition.

Limited Edition Destiny 2 PS4 Pro bundle

$399.99 (MSRP) // Regular Price: $449.99 (MSRP)

This bundle includes the Glacier White PS4 Pro with a 1TB HDD, matching DualShock 4 controller, a copy of Destiny 2 and a digital content voucher that includes the game’s Expansion Pass.


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5 comments on “PlayStation December Deals Has Discounted PS4 Pro Bundles, $199 VR Bundles & More!”

  1. Avatar TSMP says:

    Wow. They really, really want to sell this VR thing, don’t they?

  2. Avatar Lich180 says:

    I’m still unsure about VR. I’ve heard good and bad things about it, and I don’t think it’s worth getting into yet. Even with all these AAA games being ported into VR, I don’t see the appeal with so few games.

    Now if they made a Star Wars game like the one demo, that’d be awesome. Flying your choice of ship in massive space battles…

    Hell, even No Man’s Sky would be cool in VR.

  3. Avatar TSMP says:

    I imagine any first-person game would be cool in VR, especially if they do the motion controls right. Though, I think I might be more partial to a first-person King’s Field or other dungeon crawl, myself. The problem is getting it into an affordable price range, because right now it isn’t.

    I’ve said it before, but I’m waiting for a pure-VR console before I get into this. You know, something I’d buy instead of a PS5, rather than in addition to one.

  4. Avatar Castielle says:

    My biggest issue with VR is that you cannot game comfortably for any length of time. You either get motion sick, your unit fogs up over and over or you are sweating from the thing on your head. You also need to constantly recenter it. The immersion you get from VR is overshadowed by the things that pull you out of the immersion. If they are dropping the price to 199$ from the 599$ I paid last year, they are not selling these units. My guess is that if the gaming industry doesn’t get these units into gamers’ hands they will have lost millions and millions of dollars.

    Cas

  5. Avatar BlitzKeir says:

    Just bought a Pro last week… Goddammit.


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