Sony PlayStation VR is Selling Out at GameStop – More on the Way

Sony PlayStation VR (PSVR) hit the shelves on October 13, selling over 50,000 units during the first week. Impressive numbers considering  the price points. The numbers of sold units are steadily increasing as we near the holiday season. Video game retailer, GameStop, was ill prepared for their stock of the virtual reality headsets as it has sold out faster than any other hardware before it.

Sony PlayStation VR

During a press release, GameStop’s Senior Vice President of Merchandising, Bob Puzon, announced:

“PS VR is off to a great start at GameStop, having already exceeded our early expectations. Due to the popularity of the system with our customers, we have received additional units for holiday.”

So if your local GameStop is currently out of stock, don’t fret, more stock will be arriving just in time for the holiday season. Even though the hardware is still very new, you may just find holiday priced bundles to save you a few dollars.

Current bundles for the Sony PlayStation VR at GameStop include:

  • $399.99- PlayStation VR – PSVR Headset only (PlayStation Camera and Move Motion Controllers are required, but not included)
  • $492.66- PlayStation VR Complete Starter Bundle – PSVR Headset, Camera, Move Controllers
  • $499.99- PlayStation VR Batman Value Bundle – PSVR Headset, Camera, Move Controllers, and Batman: Arkham VR
  • $899.99- PlayStation VR Ultimate game Bundle – PSVR Headset, Camera, Move Controllers, Batman: Arkham VR. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood VR, DriveClub VR, EVE: Valkyrie VR, Battlezone VR, Loading Human: Chapter 1, PlayStation VR Worlds, and RIGS Mechanized Combat League VR

If you’re still not sure if Sony’s Virtual Reality headset is your cup of tea, there are currently 115 GameStop stores that have PSVR live demos as well as multiple Best Buy stores nationwide.

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