PSVR Borderlands 2 Beat Saber bundle pre-orders now available

Beats and bullets in a big box bundle full of joy are arriving just in time for the holidays.

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Pre-orders went live today for Sony’s latest PSVR bundle and it’s looking like a pretty good deal. The PlayStation VR Borderlands 2 and Beat Saber Bundle is exactly what it sounds like: You get the PSVR headset, PlayStation camera, 2 move controllers, and vouchers to download copies of Borderlands 2 VR and Beat Saber.

Beat Saber has been a popular VR rhythm game on PC platforms for some time now and just recently made its way onto the PSVR platform. Players get their groove on as they slash through blocks using the move controllers as sabers while avoiding VR obstacles (and sometimes real-world ones.) The playing experience sort of feels like being a raver-Jedi in training.

Borderlands 2 is Gearbox Software’s iconic FPS that’s known for having a unique cel-shaded art style, quirky sense of humor, and a never-ending supply of random guns and loot. The team at Gearbox is looking to up the ante by bringing the world of Pandora to VR this December. Players will have their FPS experience augmented with the new BadAss Mega Fun Time feature. “BAMF” Time will put players in a Matrix-style bullet mode where they can dodge enemy attacks and tear them apart using their special abilities.

The whole PSVR Borderlands 2 and Beat Saber bundle is available now for pre-order for $349.99 and is set for a December 14 launch. Considering you get the headset and all the extra gear along with two great games this isn’t a bad deal at all. If you’ve been waiting for the right bundle to come along before jumping into the world of PSVR, maybe this is your moment.

For players who already own a PSVR and want to grab a copy of Borderlands 2 VR, it’s available for pre-order now for $49.99 as well and will be launching on December 14 alongside the bundle.

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