Viveport Gets Festive With an Avalanche of Winter Deals

‘Tis the season to be spending and why not treat yourself to some virtual reality (VR) goodies. Oculus Rift owners have already had an early head start with the company offering three promotional bundles as well as plenty of individual titles for sale, and now it’s the turn of HTC Vive and Viveport.

Viveport Holiday General Subscription

Viveport has a range of different offers available, depending on what HTC Vive owners are after. So begin with, how does three free months of Viveport Subscription sound? Well that’s being given away to any who spends $29.99 USD or more (or local equivalent) on the store. Once that figure has been reached stocking up your library with the latest titles, Viveport will send you a three month subscription code, in early 2018.

One thing to be aware of, this offer is only available in the following Viveport territories: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden, Spain, the Netherlands, Australia, Taiwan and China.

Viveport’s Subscription service launched earlier this year yet it was only last month that the 3, 6 and 12-month plans were introduced. Now you can save yourself some cash and ensure you’ve got access to the latest titles for longer with discounts on each of the plans.

  • Save 40% on a 12-month subscription bundle (Access 60 titles in total)
  • Save 30% on a 6-month subscription (Access 30 titles in total)
  • Save 25% on a 3-month subscription (Access 15 titles in total)

These bundles will also add-on to any existing subscription plan.

That’s not all though, saving the best for last there are massive savings to be had (up to 80% off in some cases) on individual titles through Viveport, whether you’re after Cloudhead Games’ The Gallery – Episode 2: Heart of the Emberstone, Front Defense, Front Defense, Manifest 99, Tilt Brush and many more.

And until 31st December Viveport is giving 100% of revenue share for every title to the developers. As ever, VRFocus will continue its coverage of Viveport and HTC Vive, reporting back with the latest updates.