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Humble extends its Spring Into VR Bundle into next week

Plus, save $10 on a PS5 HD Camera or DualSense controller

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Job Simulator
Job Simulator, HTC Vive

Last week, Humble launched its Spring Into VR Bundle, which includes a pack of games for use with a virtual reality headset. Originally set to end on April 21st, the company has decided to extend the deal until April 28th, giving you more time to take advantage of it.

You can pay as little as $1 to receive one game or pay at least $15 to unlock all eight games available in the pack — once you’ve paid, you’ll get keys that you redeem on Steam. The bundle contains the following games, all of which are compatible with wired headsets that support Steam VR:

  • Borderlands 2 VR
  • Job Simulator
  • Sairento VR
  • Star Trek: Bridge Crew
  • Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality
  • Swords of Gurrah
  • Espire VR
  • Detached

If you have been keeping up with the news about next-gen consoles, you will know that it is extremely difficult to purchase any next-gen gaming system. This includes not only the PS5, but some of its accessories, like the HD Camera. If you managed to get your hands on a PS5 and are looking to buy this camera accessory, B&H Photo has the product in stock and has knocked $10 off its original price, bringing the price down to $50.

PlayStation 5 HD Camera

  • $60

If you are interested in using your PS5 to live-stream video games or broadcast your gameplay with friends, you’ll want to pick up the PlayStation 5 HD Camera, which is currently $59.99 at Amazon and Best Buy. The successor to the PS4 camera, the HD peripheral includes dual 1080p lenses and allows you to remove the background of your camera’s feed and replace it with something else.

While we are on the topic of PS5 accessories on sale, the DualSense controller is back down to its lowest price of $60 at B&H Photo. When you purchase a PS5, it includes one DualSense controller, but if you plan to share this console with other people or play local co-op games with friends and family, you’re going to want to purchase an extra controller.

Sony DualSense Controller

  • $69
  • $70
  • 2% off

First, there’s the controller. Every new PS5 includes one DualSense controller. Unlike the last-gen DualShock controllers, the DualSense has a two-color scheme and a more ergonomic design. The controller also features adaptive triggers, a built-in microphone, and haptic feedback, with some games taking advantage of the controller’s features to provide an added level of immersion.

In addition to working with the PS5, the DualSense can wirelessly connect to Android and iOS devices. The controller will also connect wirelessly to a PC if your computer supports Bluetooth. If not, you can connect the DualSense to a PC using a USB cable.

The white controller usually retails for around $70, but sometimes you can find it on sale for $60 — the same goes for the new midnight black and cosmic red shades unveiled in May. The DualSense is a good successor to the PlayStation 4’s controller, given all the improvements that come with it. If you already owned a PS4 or own a DualShock 4, however, you can still use the controller on the PS5, but it will only work while playing PS4 games.

Finally, at our sister site, The Strategist's Two-Day (Actually Good) Sale is underway. The two-day event contains deals on over 40 items selected by The Strategist's editors. One highlight is Sony’s WH-1000XM4 headphones, which are marked down to $268 from $348 at B&H Photo.