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Sony has officially announced a release date for the PSVR system. It will be available on October 13th, 2016, at a pricepoint of $399. Sony has touted an impressive 50 games in it’s lineup, including titles such as Farpoint, a first person space exploration shooter, Battlefront A-Wing VR Missions, and Batman Arkham VR.
Final Fantasy XV is also receiving a PSVR title known as Final Fantasy XV: VR Experience where you will experience in game battles in VR, as well as some other activities from the proper game. Lets hope to see more titles when the system launches this fall.
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