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PlayStation VR pre-order: Where can you buy one?

PlayStation VR is set to be a big seller when it launches this October, and fans in the UK are no doubt desperately searching for where they can get their hands on the headset.

For those unaware: Sony revealed the price and release window of the VR headset last night at the Game Developer’s Conference (GDC). PSVR will launch this October and cost $399/£349. However, the headset requires a PS Move camera, which will be sold separately for around £40. PS Move controllers will also be supported, which are also sold separately.

Now, for those looking to pre-order the headset, Sony’s official website provides two options. The first is to head over to GAME, where you can pre-order right now for £349.99. However, GAME is asking for a hefty £100 deposit.

Alternatively, your only other option is Amazon, where you can pre-order from 11am today. Due to limited stock, Amazon is limiting orders to one per customer.

ShopTo is also selling the headset, for the slightly cheaper price of £349.85, while Gamestop UK lists it for £349.97.

See also: PlayStation VR vs Oculus Rift

No doubt the PSVR headset will sell like hot cakes, so if you’re intent on buying one, best to head to one of these sites now and grab yourself one!

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