It’s come to that time of year again where temperatures drop, snow becomes a more common sight – depending on your location – and you just want to stay indoors all warm and cosy. You’ll need some entertainment to help you through those long dark nights, and Oculus has got you covered with a range of savings on the latest virtual reality (VR) titles for Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR.
Heading to either headsets store, you’ll find a range of promotions available, from limited time discounts to bigger bundle offerings, as well as the usual library of titles all singularly discounted. Today, for example on Oculus Rift there’s CCP Games’ EVE Valkyrie: Warzone which has a sizable chunk taken out its retail price, dropping the cost from £22.99 GBP down to £7.99. Or how about Adr1ft for £5.99 rather than £14.99. Whilst over on Gear VR there’s Dead Secret for £0.79 instead of £7.99 or Esper 2 for £0.79 instead of £7.99. All four of these deals are today only, check back tomorrow for another offer.
Just for Oculus Rift there are three packs available, Green, Purple and Red. They each feature seven videogames, cost £69.99, and on offer until 2nd January, 2018. Each pack features some of the best VR experiences available for Oculus Rift, with the Green pack including title like Lone Echo, SUPERHOT VR, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes and The Mage’s Tale. While the Purple pack has Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality, ARKTIKA.1 and Wilson’s Heart. The Red pack has The Climb, From Other Suns, Eagle Flight and DiRT Rally.
Don’t forget these will also feature Oculus’ new dynamic bundle system, so if you already own one or two titles from a pack, these will be discounted off the final price.
For those that just want to buy their videogames individually there are plenty of singular deals to be had on both head-mounted displays (HMDs), how about Killing Floor: Incursion for £14.99 rather than £29.99, or Archangel for £10.99 instead of £22.99.
As Oculus continues to roll out more offers VRFocus, will keep you updated. And where there’s an Oculus Winter Sale a Steam sale can’t be far behind.