The best PSVR 2 bundles and deals for June 2024

PSVR 2 Review image showing the right hand side of the headset, rounded corners, and embedded cameras
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PSVR 2 has dropped in price by $100/£100 this month thanks to the Days of Play celebration. Not only is the headset cheaper, but we've now found out when and how the device will work with gaming PCs. In August, compatibility will open up thanks to a new adapter that will be available to buy. From then on, SteamVR titles will be playable, and suddenly Sony's back-and-forth support won't be such an issue. 

PSVR 2 is currently our top pick when it comes to the best VR headsets. For gaming, it has some incredible tech specs for the cost, but also a growing library of pretty epic games, as well as some innovative features. With Sony doubling down on its support for PSVR 2 in the continual announcement of new games for the platform, we'd be shocked if we didn't see some more bundle offerings down the road. After all, when PSVR 1 launched, it set itself apart from the competition by offering lots of bundles and some software freebies like VR worlds alongside the headset. 

If you don't believe us yet, check out our list of the best PSVR 2 games and even a maintained list of upcoming PSVR 2 games see how it compares to other top VR gaming headsets by tuning in for the big blockbuster battle: PSVR 2 vs HTC Vive Pro 2. With PC support coming to PSVR 2, that battle has never been more important.

PSVR 2 deals and bundles

PSVR 2 Review Image showing the headset sat on a table, allowing you to see the lenses and USB-C cable

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Below, we've detailed the best deal on PSVR 2 so far. Days of Play has slashed the price by $100, which is the most significant discount so far. Below that, we've used our price comparison software to bring you the best PSVR 2 prices in your area. 

Be wary of scalpers price gouging on retailers like Amazon - we've seen this particularly in the UK lately.

PSVR 2$549.99$449 at WalmartSave $100

PSVR 2 | $549.99 $449 at Walmart
Save $100 - PSVR 2 has never been so affordable. Like the DualSense Edge, we’ve barely seen its price drop since hitting the shelves. In this deal, you save 18%, which is $100. This brings it $50 cheaper than the 128GB Meta Quest 3, making it quite the prospect for VR fans.

Price check: Amazon

Buy it if: 

✅ You want a premium VR headset for PS5 or PC
✅ You want a better resolution and feature set than Quest 3
✅ You don’t mind tethering it to another platform

Don't buy it if: 

❌ You’d rather have a standalone headset
❌ You don’t own a PS5 or PC. 

UK: £429 at John Lewis

What is PSVR 2's price?

PSVR 2 will set you back £529.99 in the UK, and $549.99 in the US. From launch until now, there's only been one bundle - the Horizon Call of the Mountain Bundle. This will set you back £569 in the UK, and $599 in the US. We haven't seen any discounts or emergent bundles just yet, but hopefully these will both come in time.

PSVR 1 deals 

PSVR

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PSVR 1 was one of the PS4's biggest strengths. What easily could have crashed and burned as a platform became an excellently accessible VR gaming platform that Sony supported with plenty of games and lots of air time in State of Play live streams. If you're wanting to get your hands on one of these headsets, check out the best deals in your area down below.


For more on the best PS5 upgrades, check out the best PS5 controllers, the best SSDs for PS5, and the best PS5 external hard drives.

Duncan Robertson
Hardware Editor

Ever since playing Journey at the age of 15, I’ve been desperate to cover video games for a living. After graduating from Edinburgh Napier University with a degree in Journalism, I contributed to the Scottish Games Network and completed an Editorial Internship over at Expert Reviews. Besides that, I’ve been managing my own YouTube channel and Podcast for the last 7 years. It’s been a long road, but all that experience somehow landed me a dream job covering gaming hardware. I’m a self-confessing PlayStation fanboy, but my experience covering the larger business and developer side of the whole industry has given me a strong knowledge of all platforms. When I’m not testing out every peripheral I can get my hands on, I’m probably either playing tennis or dissecting game design for an upcoming video essay. Now, I better stop myself here before I get talking about my favourite games like HUNT: Showdown, Dishonored, and Towerfall Ascension. Location: UK Remote

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