PlayStation VR Sales Surpass 3 Million

Sony has announced that over three million PlayStation VR units have been sold worldwide since the headsets first launched in October 2016.

In addition to the impressive PlayStation VR headset sales, Sony also revealed that 21.9 million PS VR games and experiences have been sold since it first launched its virtual reality range nearly 2 years ago.

To celebrate Sony’s impressive sales figures, the company also announced the release dates for two upcoming PlayStation VR games, Creed: Rise to Glory and Evasion.

Creed: Rise to Glory is set to release on September 25th and is a VR boxing experience that puts players in the gloves of Adonis Creed as he goes from underground amateur to a spotlight champion.

Evasion, on the other hand, will be releasing on October 9th and is a sci-fi first-person VR shooter where players choose one of four unique hero classes within an elite special operations team tasked with saving an embattled human colony.

“We’d like to thank all our fans for the amazing support, and we’re thrilled that so many of our gamers have experienced the magic of VR and stepped into the captivating worlds that electrify our senses,” Sony said in a blog post.

Sony also revealed the top ten most-played PlayStation VR games in North America. Unsurprisingly, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR was the most popular game, with PlayStation VR Worlds and Rec Room coming in second and third, respectively.

Here’s the top ten in full.

  1. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
  2. PlayStation VR Worlds
  3. Rec Room
  4. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
  5. The Playroom VR
  6. Job Simulator
  7. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood
  8. Batman: Arkham VR
  9. Farpoint
  10. Superhot VR

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