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PlayStation VR Pre-orders Sold In Minutes, Virtual Reality for the Win
Virtual Reality is becoming very popular among gaming community, with the release of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive the VR has become a trend. Sony will also be joining the virtual reality headset club when its PlayStation VR releases in October.
However, if you are looking to pre-order the virtual reality headset, then you are out of luck because all the pre-orders for the VR headset have been sold in just mere minutes after the pre-orders went live.
GameStop has sold all of this stock allocation PlayStation VR pre-order units within minutes, as soon as the pre-orders went live. Sony has announced that no more units will be available, those who want to purchase it will have to wait until it launched in October.
Those who are looking forward to purchase the VR headset, can check out the demo for the headset from their nearest retailer in North America. PlayStation VR demos has been rolled out to retailers in North America which started from June 24.
Retailers will be showing VE: Valkyrie, Headmaster, Battlezone and SUPERHYPERCUBE. More games will be added as we get close to PlayStation VR release.
Capcom announced Resident Evil 7 during the E3, and fans were excited to see the game.
However, what was more interesting was that, Capcom announced the game will be available for the three regular platform PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and also will be available for PlayStation VR. According to Capcom, Resident Evil 7 will be playable in VR from start to finish.
Resident Evil games traditionally have been third person, but Resident Evil 7 will be the first game in the franchise to be in first person. The reason for making the game first person, might be to make it compatible with PlayStation VR.
PlayStation VR will be available on October 3, 2016 and will be available for $399.