PlayStation VR Demos Rolling Out at Retailers In North America

By   /   Jun 21, 2016
PlayStation VR Demos

PlayStation VR demos are rolling out nationwide to retailers. North Americans can head over to the nearest retailers and try out the new VR device from PlayStation.

At E3 2016, Sony announced that PlayStation VR is coming to retailers on October 13 for $399. PlayStation 4 users can now try out PlayStation VR demos right now before making up their minds about PlayStation VR.

Many retailers (30 Best Buy and GameStop locations) already offer PlayStation VR demos but starting June 24, over 300 retailers will offer demos across Canada and United States.

  • Baltimore – MD
  • Boston – MA
  • Chicago – IL
  • Cincinnati – OH
  • Cleveland – OH
  • Columbia – SC
  • Columbus – OH
  • Dallas – TX
  • Denver – CO
  • Detroit – MI
  • Fayetteville – AR
  • Ft. Lauderdale – FL
  • Grand Rapids – MI
  • Hartford – CT
  • Houston – TX
  • Los Angeles – CA
  • Milwaukee – WI
  • Minneapolis – MN
  • New York – NY
  • San Francisco – CA
  • Tampa – FL
  • Toledo – OH
  • Washington – D.C.
  • West Palm Beach – FL

Retailers will be showing VE: Valkyrie, Headmaster, Battlezone and SUPERHYPERCUBE. More games will be added as we get close to PlayStation VR release.

The excitement around PS VR has been enormous and once you try it, you’ll understand why. As all of you would expect, it’s our goal at PlayStation to deliver the best and richest VR gaming experiences, and we can’t wait for you to put that headset on and be transported into these worlds.

These games are just a taste of what PlayStation VR is capable of. Big name publishers are working on VR experiences for their leading titles and will bring them to PlayStation VR. Final Fantasy XV VR, Batman Arkham VR, Battlefront VR, and Resident Evil 7 that is fully playable from start to finish in VR.

Developer support for Sony’s device is impressive and we think that is the key for its success. Hopefully, it would do well in the market which would open doors for innovation in the console space.

Source: PS Blog