Oct 25, 2016 12:20 PM EDT
Do You Need To Pay Game Stores To Play Playstation VR for 10/30 Minutes?
Some UK retailer GAME UK is requiring gamers to pay money for the demo trial of Playstation VR Headset, which only lasts between 10 to 30 minutes.
The UK retailer actually tweeted that they are offering #PSVR experience for £5 for 10 minutes, and £15 for 30 mins. This tweet called the attention of Twitters users, and as well the gamers.
A Twitter user named Darren wrote that he is not happy about the news, wherein he discouraged everyone from supporting this offer on Twitter.
"As much as I love GAME and admire Sony, this is wrong. You should not have to pay to play #PSVR," he wrote.
Aside from him, a gaming writer for Crave, Paul Tamburro, took to Twitter to express his disappointment. For him, paying some cash for the trial is very uncommon, Attack Of The Fan Boy reported.
According to the source, GAME UK is not the only UK retailers who has showcased this offer. In a tweet, GAME Kendal wrote the same offer like the GAME UK. GAME Bromley also offers the same service.
Previously, Sony's PlayStation VR headset was on sale on Oct. 13 in the UK. The headset costs around £349 - exactly the same price as the PlayStation 4 when it launched.
During Black Friday 2016, some gadgets were on sale. Playstation 4 Slim Black Friday deals started at only $299.99. This is an equivalent cost to "An Uncharted 4 Bundle" coming with "Grand Theft Auto V." "Overwatch" and a "Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain" bundle, which cost $309.99.
Meanwhile, PS4 Slim "Uncharted 4" bundle included "Grand Theft Auto 5" had no additional cost. PS4 "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" bundle would come with either a copy of the newly released Mafia III for $299.99, GameRant reported.
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Not only do we have our in store #PSVR experience starting up today we also have stock available!
£5 for 10 minutes, £15 for 30 mins.
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