PlayStation VR2: Several Games Receive Price Tags Due To Pre-Orders

With pre-registration now open for Sony’s next-generation VR device, pricing for its games is slowly making its way to the public.


Without further ado, let’s see the games, prices in US dollars, and possible discounts. All of these are provided by Wario64 on Twitter.


  •     Cities: VR Enhanced Edition – $29.99 ($26.99 with 10% PlayStation Plus discount)
  •     Cosmonious High – $29.99 ($23.99 with 20% PlayStation Plus discount)
  •     Demeo – $39.99 ($31.99 with 20% PlayStation Plus discount)
  •     Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue – $29.99 ($26.99 with 10% PlayStation Plus discount)
  •     Horizon Call of the Mountain – $59.99
  •     Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge Enhanced Edition – $49.99
  •     Tentacular – $24.99
  •     The Light Brigade – $24.99 ($21.24 with a 15% PlayStation Plus discount)
  •     The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2: Retribution – $39.99


On our local PlayStation Store, we couldn’t find Cities: VR Enhanced Edition for some reason (but it’s on the US PS Store). That’s all that’s currently available on PlayStation Store, but we’ve already heard that No Man’s Sky, which started weakly but then became a strong game from Hello Games, and Swordsman VR will be among the launch titles. We’ve also written that anyone with the former on PlayStation VR will get the PlayStation VR2 version for free.

So there’s a pretty wide spread in terms of price. It’s not that much of a surprise that Horizon Call of the Mountain, a first-party, in-house developed game, is the most expensive of them all, as Sony is considering Horizon a blockbuster IP, so it’s no wonder they’re trying to reach into our wallets a little more. Granted, if it’s going to be a full-fledged, outstandingly good game, at least they’ll have a reason to.

The PlayStation VR2, which is more expensive than the PlayStation 5, will be available from February 22.

Source: PSL

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