VR Deals

VR, which stands for Virtual Reality, used to feel like something from the future. But now, it's here and it's arrived in full force, with the likes of Sony, Microsoft, HTC and many others creating their own VR software and hardware.

Here, we bring you the best deals on VR, including the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR. VR doesn't come cheap but with Tech Advisor's help you could save yourself a lot of cash.

Best VR Deals

VR Deals

PlayStation VR Worlds (PSVR)

PlayStation VR Worlds (PSVR)

From: Argos

Now: £10.99

This mini-game collection is the ideal intro to PSVR.

Oculus Rift with Touch Virtual Reality System Bundle

Oculus Rift with Touch Virtual Reality System Bundle

From: Newegg

Was: £399

Now: £371.99 (£27 off)

Save £27 off the RRP with this fantastic bundle from Newegg. Includes Oculus Touch, sensors and 7 free games: Robo Recall, Lucky's Tale, Dragon Front, Quill, Medium, Dead & Buried, and Toybox.

Samsung Gear VR with Note8, S8 or S8+

Samsung Gear VR with Note8, S8 or S8+

From: Samsung

Now: Free Gear VR with purchase

Samsung has loads of freebies this month! Not only can you receive a free VR headset when you buy a Galaxy Note 8, S8 or S8+, you can also claim up to two gig tickets worth £140 for free.

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PSVR)

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PSVR)

From: Argos

Now: £14.99

This is a solid VR title as long as you don't mind getting scared. It's the best price we could find online for a new copy.

VR deals 2018

VR isn't the cheapest of tech, as it's still so new and innovative. However, as it grows more popular and becomes more mainstream, VR hardware and software makers are offering brilliant deals on their products to help it become more affordable.

Here, we bring you the best VR deals, particularly great for gamers who are looking for a more immersive experience. We've tried lots of VR gadgets and they continue to blow us away.

Which is best?

Choosing the best VR option for you will depend on a variety of factors. One is price, which doesn't just come down to the VR headset itself. If you're looking at the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, you're going to need a powerful computer to run it from.

PlayStation VR uses the PlayStation's power to run, but that does place some limitations on the technology

You'll also need to consider the size of the room you'll be using your VR headset in. Some of them require sensors to be placed around the room at particular distances and you'll need empty space between the sensors to safely move around in.

VR games

You should also take a look at the games available to play in VR on your chosen headset. Check out our list of the best upcoming VR games here.

For more information about VR, visit our complete guide to virtual reality.

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