On paper, Sony's PlayStation VR is the virtual reality system to buy. Its specs don't soar to the stratospheres of the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, but neither does its price. And with well over 40 million PS4s already in the wild, that's a population the size of Spain's that already owns half the setup. It sounds like the virtual reality product we've been waiting for – if only Sony had delivered a stable experience that captures the magic that made us care about VR in the first place.
Sony has finally announced the pricing and availability of its much-anticipated PlayStation VR (PSVR) headset. Working in conjunction with Sony’s PlayStation 4 console, the PSVR will cost $400 when it hits the market in October.
With so many strong candidates vying for your VR dollar, it can be difficult to find the right system for you. But fear not! Our three-way face-off should help you decide.
A new survey shows that consumers are a lot more interested in purchasing the PlayStation VR than the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.
If Sony delivers a product that's even a reasonable approximation of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, then PlayStation VR should be practically a cinch to "win" the consumer VR wars. We're just cracking open our PSVR review unit now, b...