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New PlayStation Move controller twin pack spotted ahead of PSVR launch

Sony is still silent about the existence of a PS4 Slim, but now it seems another upcoming product has leaked, in Australia at least.

Ahead of the launch of PlayStation VR, Sony looks to be packaging a twin PlayStation Move controller pack for players planning on picking up the headset. Press Start spotted the product online.

The twin pack will be available for the heft sum of $119.95 AUS (about £68.23), it’s currently unclear if the controllers will be any different to their PS3 iterations.

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It would make sense for the USB charging port to be the same as it is in the PS4 controller – Micro-USB – to allow for more convenient charging on the new console.

The product description reads:

“Whilst not required for PSVR titles, The move controllers will bring the best experience whilst playing VR titles that will utilise control. Nearly all PlayStation VR titles will support DualShock 4 controllers and several games will deliver an enhanced experience that further immerses gamers with the use of peripherals such as the Move controllers. For example, Batman: Arkham VR can be played without Move controllers, however you would be holding DualShock Controllers in each hand so the PS4 camera could see the light bar for the movement of each hand”

Related: PSVR vs Oculus Rift

This could be another reveal to come at PlayStation Meeting, where we finally expect Sony to reveal the Slim, as well as show off the PS4 Neo, which will have new and improved specs over the current PS4.

Are you picking up a PSVR headset? Will you be grabbing this twin pack? Let us know in the comments.

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