On Monday, Sony will release the first of four new PlayStation 4 platinum titles for a staggering $4,000 (£3,965) on PlayStation Store, the company said.
It will launch alongside the launch of PlayStation VR, a virtual reality headset which will cost $599 (£549) and which will be available to pre-order on November 28.
PlayStation VR is due out in 2018.
“We’re excited to launch this brand-new, premium PlayStation 4 game for the first time,” Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida said.
“And it’s going to make a big impact on PlayStation VR users.”
A number of games will be added to the list, including PlayStation VR Sports Rivals, a multiplayer multiplayer-only sports title, which was announced in April.
Playstation VR Sports will allow players to compete in virtual football, rugby, basketball and hockey competitions.
Players will be able to “tune up” their virtual players’ skill to match the level of the real players, or even have them take part in other activities.
“The PlayStation VR experience will provide a truly immersive and rewarding experience that’s sure to delight PlayStation VR fans, with incredible, next-gen graphics and innovative features,” PlayStation VR Chief Marketing Officer Dan Kiefer said.
The list of titles includes a new PS4 title for a new audience: the “world’s most costly video game franchises”, PlayStation VR Fitness.
The title, titled PlayStation Fitness, will be exclusive to PlayStation VR on the PlayStation Store and will be “the most expensive PlayStation VR title yet”.
“The fitness world is an incredibly rich, diverse, and exciting area of entertainment and we’re incredibly excited to be able offer players a PlayStation VR-exclusive fitness game for their first time, and for a variety of platforms,” said Sony Worldwide VP of Product Development David Wilkins.
“This new fitness title is the ultimate PlayStation VR fitness game experience, bringing new experiences to players who have never tried it before.”
A selection of PlayStation games, including “The Last of Us Remastered”, will also be available for pre-orders on November 27.
The new titles are set to launch on PlayStation 4, the PlayStation VR headset, and on the Oculus Rift, which will also feature a PS4 gamepad.
The PlayStation Store will be home to more than 60,000 titles, and there will be more than 1,000 exclusive PS4 games available for purchase.