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PlayStation VR hits a new milestone with 3 million units sold

Sony’s PlayStation VR has now surpassed 3 million units sold worldwide after debuting back in 2016.

The virtual reality headset launched for PS4 systems back in October 2016 and since built up a substantial library of titles.

This includes the likes of Capcom’s Resident Evil 7, Rez Infinite and The Persistence, the latter of which has proven to be a critical darling for the peripheral.

Aside from sharing the impressive number of hardware sold, Sony also confirmed it has provided over 21.9 million experiences on the platform, with the top ten listed below:

  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
  • PlayStation VR Worlds
  • Rec Room
  • Resident Evil 7 biohazard
  • The Playroom VR
  • Job Simulator
  • Until Dawn: Rush of Blood
  • Batman: Arkham VR
  • Farpoint
  • Superhot VR

Upon its releases, we awarded PlayStation VR a 10/10 score, praising its accessibility, price and promising library of games:

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‘PlayStation VR is simply the best virtual reality headset you can buy right now. It’s cheap while not compromising on performance and quality. The headset is simply stunning and incredibly comfortable to wear, and the games already available are some of the best VR experiences I’ve ever played.’

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