Sony - PlayStation VR The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Bundle - White/Black
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Compatible with Sony PlayStation 4
Redefine your expectations of immersion in gaming with moments so intense your intuition takes over.
HDMI, USB, AUX, stereo headphone jack.
Move with purpose
The LEDs around the PlayStation VR headset, on the DUALSHOCK 4 and the PlayStation Move controllers are tracked by the PlayStation Camera, providing an incredibly precise capture of your natural movement in virtual space.
3D audio technology
3D Audio means that you'll be able to pinpoint sounds above, below, and all around you. Instinctively turn your head to the source of a single footstep and be able to judge its distance, just as you would in real life.
Advanced VR display
The feeling of "being there" starts with what you see. Seamless visuals keep you connected to the virtual world through an expansive 5.7" OLED 1080p display running at up to 120 frames per second.
Just plug and play
Getting into PlayStation VR couldn't be easier. Just plug the PlayStation VR headset and your PlayStation Camera into your PlayStation 4 system. You're ready to go.
Industry leading design
The PlayStation VR headset was engineered to be balanced, comfortable, and completely adjustable. It's designed to feel like it's not there - keeping you free from distraction as you explore new gaming worlds.
PlayStation VR The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR bundle
Bundle includes PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, two PlayStation Move controllers, and Skyrim VR game.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
A true, full-length open-world game for PS VR, Skyrim VR reimagines the complete epic fantasy masterpiece with an unparalleled sense of scale, depth, and immersion. Includes the core game and all official add-ons.
- AC adaptor, power cord
- PlayStation Camera and 2 PlayStation Move motion controllers
- PlayStation VR demo disc
- Sony PlayStation VR Headset and Processor unit
- Stereo headphones
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim game disc
- VR headset connection cable, HDMI cable, USB cable
- Device TypeGaming console
- SensorsAccelerometer Sensor, Gyro Sensor
- Movement TrackingYes
- Control TypePlayStation Move; DualShock 4
- Product NamePlayStation VR The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Bundle
- Model Number3002425
- Color CategoryBlack
- Integrated Speaker(s)No
- Adjustable HeadbandYes
- Integrated MicrophoneNo
- Volume KeysNo
- Back ButtonNo
- Cover TypeOpaque
- Interactive ButtonsYes
- Water ResistantNo
- Hands Free OperationYes
- Display TypeOLED
- Field of View100 degrees
- Focus Adjustment WheelNo
- Interpupillary Distance AdjustmentNo
- Compatible Platform(s)PlayStation 4
- Connector Ports RequiredHDMI, USB, AUX, stereo headphone jack
- Headphone JackYes
- Compatible DevicesSony PlayStation 4
- Included SoftwareElder Scrolls V: SKYRIM game disc, VR demo disc
- Remote Control IncludedYes
- Number Of Controllers Included2
- Motion Tracking Sensors IncludedYes
- Number Of Batteries Included0
- Auto Power-OffNo
- Removable BatteryNo
- Product Height18.1 inches
- Product Depth10.5 inches
- Product Weight152.8 ounces
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts1 Year
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor1 Year
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Good productPosted .
This is my first VR experience and overall I am satisfied with the purchase. The games that PlayStation currently offers, in my opinion, seem to be geared more or less towards children/pre-teens. But on that note, my children love to play with it. The headset has yet to make my kids or I motion sick and my kids will play for hours at a time. If you already own a Playstation 4 and have children, this is a great way for them to get into VR without having to buy a bunch of expensive equipment.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Awesome VRPosted .
My wife and I bought this for our two boys and their game room it this will blow you away. I have no complaints and it was great and as always Sony delivered a great product.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Virtual Reality is HERE!Posted .
I have to say, I was a little skeptical at first about the whole "VR" thing, thinking it was just a gimmick and not very convincing...but that all changed once I put on the headset and popped in a game disc! HOLY COW!!! I was propelled into a world I have never experienced before! The objects around you are so lifelike you believe you can really touch it. You can actually "walk around" an object and see it in all of its 3D perspective and glory! I tried the LONDON HEIST demo that I downloaded for free with my Playstation Plus membership entitled PLAYSTATION VR DEMO DISC #1. I started the game up and WHOA...I was transported to a warehouse in an unknown location and I was actually popping in a clip into a gun and shooting various targets throughout the warehouse! It felt SO REAL!! Now, in this bundle, you receive the NEW VERSION 2 of the PSVR headset, which is definitely an UPGRADE from the First Gen model. There are LESS wires that you have to deal with coming off the headset (only ONE wire hangs down from the headset that attaches to the box!) and the earbuds are located within the headset itself and conveniently has a storage place to put them when not in use! I will say this...if you were waiting for VR to get pretty real....WAIT NO LONGER!! The time is NOW to get this bundle and experience true Virtual Reality the way it was intended to be experienced...in my opinion, you will NOT be disappointed!!!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Fun for all agesPosted .
This game console is truly something for everyone. The graphics are amazing! You really feel like you’re apart of the game.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Nice product to take the PS4 to the next levelPosted .
The bundled games was average. Had to purchase a couple of more games to take advantage of the features. It allowed my 4 sons and I the opportunity to take gaming to the next level.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I am now a believer!Posted .
Based on the last 30 years of the gaming industry attempting to make VR work, I was very skeptical when the Oculus Rift was was announced. Then a few years later, Sony announced they would be making a cheaper headset more targeted toward the average consumer. Seeing as how the PS Vita was a total failure because Sony essentially murdered it from the start with a lack of support, the PSVR seemed to me to just be another quick cash grab. Boy was I wrong. I had demoed the Rift in the past and wasn't very impressed. Due to a lack of quality games, the space required for room tracking, and the fact that my fairly new $900 PC build barely met minimum specs (GTX 970), I forgot about the Rift/Vive and decided we're not quite there yet so I'll wait and see what things look like in the future. Cut to 2017 where Sony has released a slightly modified V2 headset with seemingly loving support for the system in it's first year after release. Skyrim and Doom were released, along with a fairly impressive backlog of highly rated games and experiences, so I decided it was time to see what this thing is all about. I already owned a PS4 Pro, but did not have any of the VR/Move accessories. The bundle with Skyrim, the camera, and two Move controllers was $450 and I just couldn't justify that cost. I decided there was no point in purchasing the system without all the peripherals because I'd be limiting my experience. Well, less than a week later, the same bundle went on sale for $350. This seemed like the right price point for everything included. I went ahead and picked up the bundle and got to work! Opening the box was a premium experience, and for nerdy tech guys like me, unboxing and setup is half the fun of getting a new toy. I was easily able to get everything plugged in and set up in less than 20 minutes and I purchased the Sony VR Worlds game for $7 during their holiday sale. From the first moment I appeared in the game world, I knew this was something special. While the resolution/clarity was noticeably lower quality than the competitors, the simplicity of the experience made it an easy trade-off. On the PC rigs, there is a lot of messing around with settings that makes the experience annoying, and detracts a lot from actually wanting to jump in and start playing (an issue that often happens with poorly optimized standard PC games too...even on big budget AAA titles. I'd still consider myself a PC gamer, but sometimes the convenience of popping a game into a console and chilling on the couch with no setup process/headache is just more enjoyable). It also tied me to my small office because that's where my PC lives. The PSVR setup is just so fluid and easy, and it integrates into your normal PS4 experience perfectly, so there is hardly any learning curve. At this time, I haven't even played Skyrim yet because I have not been able to stop buying and playing every short unique experience/game that is available. The headset is extremely comfortable, and it is very easy to forget where you are and what you're doing in the real world. The head and controller tracking usually works perfectly, and when it doesn't, it's usually because I'm sitting down or not in the same spot that I originally calibrated the camera for. At first this annoyed me, but once I learned my way around the menus and how I should tweak different settings, it is hardly even an inconvenience when I have to make small adjustments. While the Move controllers were previously almost useless, they really integrate seamlessly into VR. When playing shooting/sport games, it was easy to forget that I wasn't holding the actual guns or objects I was using in games like Rush of Blood or Carnival Games. On top of that, these controllers are something that many of us have used in the past and even for those who haven't, the control scheme closely mimics the standard PS controllers so it is intuitive and easy to use without looking or learning new controls. All in all, if you already own a PS4, the PSVR is a must-buy. I think it has become pretty clear lately that VR isn't going away so if you can have a premium setup for less than $350, I don't think there is any reason to say no if you're on the fence. I have so few complaints about the system that most are not even worth mentioning because they could be boiled down to personal preference. The only thing I wish it could do (and possibly will be able to do at some point in the future), is have a way to somehow link up your phone directly to the PS4 or headset, so that texting, phone calls, etc. could be displayed and interacted with within the VR world. Although this may not be a good thing because it's just one step closer to us all being permanently jacked into The Matrix! One final thought/tip - The initial setup inexplicably does not have you set up the eye distance on the headset. This can be found in the PS4 Device Settings for the VR Headset. I had slight peripheral vision blur at first, and found many helpful guides on YouTube that led me to this setting. After getting my eye-to-eye distance set, the blur was dramatically reduced and eased the small amount of strain I was feeling in the beginning.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The begninning of the futurePosted .
I always assumed that VR was the next step for gaming/online, but It wasn't until I tried the PSVR that I know it is within our reach. Even though it isn't perfect, we will probably look back on the PSVR and see how the VR world took its baby steps. I have been playing RE7 and despite the blurriness on a regular ps4, the immersion feeling cannot be beat. I dreaded every bump and squeak in the house. The real world outside of the PSVR felt very far away. I look forward to playing through the entire game, the way it was meant to be played. I will also be upgrading to the PS4 Pro in the future and hopefully get to see the benefits of a more powerful system with the pro.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Must have!!!!Posted .
I was hesitant at first to make the plunge but was completely astounded with how amazing it was. I was completely immersed in the world of Skyrim when the dragon appeared I almost peed myself it was huge and was breathing fire at me. I know no one else will say this but gaming is not the only the only thing you can do on the psvr. It not only puts gaming on a new level but also adult videos as well. Fparents getting this for your children. Don't be offset by this you can completely control what they can and can't do and how much game play time they are allowed per day through parental settings. Also you can control what sights they can and can't visit.I would recommend this to a friend
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer Yes the Skyrim bundle is the second generation psvr.
Answered by Anonymous
Q: QuestionCan you use the Playstation VR gear while wearing glasses? I've seen the VR gear for Samsung and Apple phones but it just won't work for us that have to wear glasses to see at any distance. I assume it is compatible with the PS4 Pro?
Asked by Barry82.
- A:Answer Glasses fit. I can confirm from a few of my friends who tried mine once i got it. The headset leaves lots of room. PS4 Pro and PS4 are both compatible with the VR. From my research only minor uplift on game resolution via the PS4 Pro over the basic PS4.
Answered by PKPPKPfrenchy
Asked by phil.
- A:Answer No because it's considered a hardware item despite having a game. But you still get double points.
Answered by Jimmy
Q: QuestionI am from the UK and I will be in the USA later this month. If I bought the Sony - PlayStation VR The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Bundle would it work in the UK? as our voltage is 240 volts.
Asked by Seamy.
- A:Answer The Transformer is rated for 110-240v. You may need to invest a couple $ in an adapter but it'll work fine.
Answered by DBadger
Q: QuestionIf i buy the bundle and one day i decide that i do not want to play using the VR headset, is it possible for me to play the game without the VR headset?
Asked by DefineHero.
- A:Answer Any game that requires the VR unit headset has to only be played with headset not without.
Answered by Gamerguy
Q: QuestionDoes this bundle Include the new updated CUH-ZVR2 vr goggles or the old 1st gen vr goggles?
Asked by Erdwinjc.
- A:Answer It contains the updated headset.
Answered by ccopland
Q: QuestionDoes the motion wands move you forward in the game like is there a button or joystick on the controller that moves you forward in the game?
Asked by Emilee.
- A:Answer It's completely different in every game how the movement works. Most of them the game moves you along once u complete the required tasks. Other games the joysticks are used from the PS4 controller or wand controls.
Answered by Real