Cyber Week is giving you one last chance to get a PSVR on the cheap. It is one of the most accessible VR rigs, with a starting price hundreds lower than the majority of its PC-based competition. And while Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone, you still have plenty of chances to get into PSVR for even less than usual thanks to the Cyber Week PlayStation VR deals.
Cyber Week has kicked off good and proper, and we're expecting the deals to continue through the week. In terms of what to expect for the PSVR, everything's on the table. Black Friday PlayStation VR deals were mostly bundles that included the headset, games, and accessories like the PlayStation Move controllers. That said, we wouldn't be surprised to see Cyber Week deals on individual PSVR games and accessories.
If you're keen to get a headset at a good price, make sure to check out our guide below to see what kinds of hot deals we can expect throughout the week. However, if you're looking to save on something a little more conventional, our Cyber Week game deals have got you covered.
Best US Cyber Week PlayStation VR deals today
PSVR Blood & Truth and Everybody's Golf plus two PlayStation Move controllers Bundle | $349 at Walmart
This bundle is back up to full price but is technically still in stock over at Walmart. It's still decent value.
PSVR Five Game Bundle | $299 at Walmart
This is superb value for money, including fully realised VR versions of big hitting games like Skyrim and Resident Evil 7.
Best UK Cyber Week PlayStation VR deals today
PlayStation VR mega pack | £299.99 at Argos
Pick up a Playstation VR headset, a PS4 camera, and five games for a bargain price. Who knew VR could be so affordable?
PSVR Starter Pack with PlayStation VR Worlds | £259.99 at Argos
A great starting point for any VR journey, this bundle includes the headset, camera, and PlayStation VR Worlds for a variety of experiences.
PSVR New Mega Pack with five games | £299.99 at Argos
This bundle features a slightly different set of five games if those above don't do it for you, including PlayStation VR Worlds, Skyrim VR, Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Resident Evil 7, and Everybody's Golf VR.
PSVR Starter Pack with Resident Evil 7 and 2 months of NowTV | £259.99 at GAME
For a different mix of gaming and watching, this bundle gives you PlayStation VR Worlds and Resident Evil 7 plus a 2 month NowTV Entertainment Pass.
What is a good Cyber Week PlayStation VR price?
The answer to this question will depend on a number of factors, including what accessories and games are bundled in the Cyber Week PlayStation VR deal, but if you consider a base price of around $280/£250 and work back from there then you'll get some idea of the savings on offer.
The best PlayStation VR deals will include all of the accessories you need, such as a PlayStation Camera and a couple of PlayStation Move controllers. If you own any of those things already then you can potentially save yourself more money by picking up a bundle without them. Naturally, you'll also want some PSVR games to play on your new headset, though it's reassuring to know that there's lots of free content on the PlayStation Store as well – including The Playroom VR and three downloadable "demo discs" of VR games, plus various other standalone demos.
What else do I need with a Cyber Week PlayStation VR deal?
Obviously, you'll need a console to hook up your Cyber Week PlayStation VR, and we've been assuming you already have that side of things covered – if not, then check out the PS4 Cyber Week deals available to get yourself a deal there too. Although PlayStation VR originally launched with the base PS4, its performance can be significantly improved by connecting it to a PS4 Pro console, so that's something to bear in mind if you want to build yourself the best PSVR set up possible.
As well as a console and the headset, you'll also need a PlayStation Camera for your Cyber Week PSVR to function, as it's used to detect the position and orientation of the lighting on the headset to relay your movements to the games you're playing. Your VR experience will also benefit massively from having a couple of PlayStation Move controllers, as these provide much better motion tracking than the DualShock 4 light bar and are required to play certain games. If you have any PlayStation Move controllers from the PS3 era, these will be compatible with PS4 and PSVR, though those use mini-USB rather than the current micro-USB so you will need a separate cable to charge/sync them.