The PlayStation VR is out on the 13th of October, and somehow that's already really soon.
It's going to be a really interesting time for virtual reality, opening up to a market of millions of people who already have a PS4. Previously you needed a very expensive PC to get a true VR experience, or you could make do with the limited potential of a smartphone.
It remains to be seen quite what the future of VR holds but with so many huge companies heavily invested there's little doubt it's going to change the face of entertainment.
Here's a look at what will be inside the box of the standard edition of the PlayStation VR.
There are a shedload of cables in the box which is going to be a bit of fun to introduce to your regular gaming set up. This is not wireless VR, which as they mention has been pretty well hidden so far.
Other than that the headset looks maximally cool, and also seems to have been designed for long term comfort. You also get a handful of demos in the box, though we get less in Europe than in the US.
The PlayStation VR is available from the 13th of October, 2016 - priced at €399.