If you've been waiting for your chance to jump aboard the VR train then this may be the perfect timing, as nine PlayStation VR titles got some sweet discounts in the US, including Gran Turismo, The Inpatient, Wipeout Omega Collection, etc.
Wipeout Omega Collection continues the good old hectic Wipeout legacy in the realm of VR and the discount won't hurt. The game got a massive 50 per cent price cut and currently goes for $19.99.
Driveclub has gotten a new lease of life in its VR iteration, with reviewers and fans alike calling it the most immersive VR racing game. Developed by the now-defunct Evolution Studios, Driveclub VR goes for $14.99, which is a 25 per cent cut.
Gran Turismo Sport needs no introduction and both vanilla and Digital Deluxe Editions got price 33 and 38 per cent cuts, respectively. Gran Turismo Sport goes for $39.99, whereas the Digital Deluxe Edition stands at $49.99.
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is a sequel to the highly acclaimed Until Dawn, although this time you'll be strapped into a roller coaster. The devs claim you won't be short of choices however. The game got a 25 per cent discount and goes for $14.99.
The Inpatient is an equally chilling prequel to Until Dawn, also developed to bring out the best in VR technology. You can grab it now for $19.99, which is a 50 percent price cut. Nice one Sony.
Rigs Mechanized Combat League is is widely regarded as one of the top 10 VR titles around. It straps you in a mech, in in a futuristic sports arena, where you duke it out with other mech riding sportsmen. Rigs got a 33 per cent price cut and goes for $19.99.
StarBlood Arena is a game in the vein of Descent, if you happen to recall that game, and, much like Rigs: Mechanized Combat League, it's sports in futuristic settings. Well, kind of. Star Blood Arena costs 25 per cent less at $14.99.
PlayStation VR Worlds is more of a collection of shorter games, albeit the London Heist is said to be the only one worth checking out. The game got a 25 per cent price cut and goes for $14.99.