Crytek Gets Into the Sales Spirit With Deals on Robinson: The Journey & The Climb
There are saving on Steam and Oculus Store.
Like it or not Black Friday deals seem to be a never ending barrage, with retailers offering discounts on virtually everything to entice shoppers into some early Christmas spending. Regular VRFocus readers will be very well aware of some of the deals currently going about, and now German developer Crytek is getting in on bargains as well.
The studio has three of its videogames on sale this month, two of which are virtual reality (VR) experiences. First up you have Robinson: The Journey, supporting Oculus Rift and HTC Vive – the PlayStation VR version isn’t discounted.
Robinson: The Journey casts players as Robin, a boy that’s left stranded on an alien world called Tyson III after his ship crash lands. But Robin isn’t alone, he’s accompanied by an AI companion called HIGS, and together they must survive the harsh environment and dangerous inhabitants as they search for the lost crew, solving puzzles and unearthing the planet’s secrets along the way. It’s currently available on Steam for $29.99 USD/£26.24 GBP until 28th November.
The other videogame on sale is The Climb, Crytek’s first VR title which arrived back in April 2016 for Oculus Rift. The Climb can currently be found within Oculus’ dynamic Complete Your Collection pack 3, which retails for £79.99 until 2nd December. With Oculus’ dynamic pricing on bundles, if you already own the rest The Climb will only cost $14.99.
In The Climb players take on the challenge of finding the right path up various mountain ranges based on real life areas like the Alps in some of the most detailed VR gameplay available. Traversing these rugged, expansive landscapes will grant you views for snow capped vistas, fairy tale castles and much more. Updates have included mountainous peaks inspired by the iconic landscape of Iceland.
The last videogame on offer is Ryse: Son of Rome available for standard PC users at $7.49, saving 50 percent.
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