Sony releases a new PS VR Mega Pack with 5 games and PS5 Adaptor

Sony releases a new PS VR Mega Pack with 5 games and PS5 Adaptor

Sony has announced their new PS VR Mega Pack for the 2020 holiday season. It launches this month in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. The pack features 5 popular PS VR titles along with the PlayStation camera and the PS5 adaptor.

The Mega Pack released last year featured titles like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR and Resident Evil Biohazard. Those have been dropped this year in favour of the games listed below.

1. Astro Bot Rescue Mission

2. Everybody’s Golf VR

3. PSVR Worlds

4. Blood & Truth

5. Moss

Considering the recent purchase of Bethesda by Microsoft, it isn’t too surprising that Skyrim VR isn’t featured this year. Another notable exclusion from the pack are the PlayStation Move controllers. They retail for the insane price of €60 – €140 when purchased separately. Luckily, the five feature games all make use of the DualShock controller, but if you want to make the most of your PS VR experience, you could be looking at another significant financial investment.

It’s also worth noting that to play these games on the PS5, you will have to use the PS4 DualShock controller as they are not compatible with the new DualSense PS5 controller. If you have a compatible controller and want to get your PS VR up and running on the PS5 you just have to connect your PlayStation Camera to the PS5 using the included camera adaptor. Certain games may play better on the PS5 if the developers have released compatibility updates.

Sony says that the pack will be released later this month at retailers across Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. There has yet to be any announcement about the price, however, last years Mega Pack retailed at £299.99 so you should expect the price to be similar if not identical.


Andrew Boggs

Andrew is a Northern Ireland based journalist with a passion for video games. His latest hobby is watching people speedrun Super Mario 64 and realising how bad he is at platformers.

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