Earlier this month Viveport began its Summer Sale, offering a range of discounts and deals on the latest virtual reality (VR) titles for HTC Vive. Running this week as part of the sale is a new offer in which you can get Polyarc’s latest adventure Moss for free by signing up to a pre-paid Viveport Subscription plan.
The Viveport Subscription plans come in 3, 6 or 12 month offerings depending on how long users wish to signup for. Originally, the Viveport subscription service featured just one option, a monthly cost of £8.99 GBP – it was £6.99 to begin with – that auto-renewed, giving subscribers access to five pieces of content each month. With the plans you save money the longer the duration, so a three-month plan costs £19.99, a six-month plan is £39.99, while a 12-month plan will set you back £79.99.
So buy either of those three options and you’ll get Moss thrown in for free. Importantly, as Moss is a free gift its tied to your Viveport library rather than the subscription so if you stop being a subscriber you’ll still have the videogame. If you already have a plan then you won’t be eligible for Moss unless you extend it further by purchasing another.
Moss has become one of VRFocus’ favourite VR titles since its first unveiling during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017, featuring a cute little mouse named Quill. You have to control her through an ever elaborate series of puzzles in a bid to save the land and her family from a great evil.
VRFocus reviewed the PlayStation VR version at launch, giving it our maximum five star rating, commenting: “Moss is a flawlessly crafted experience starring a character that absolutely deserves to be the face of modern VR. Every inch of the world shows attention to detail, and a story is woven that draws you in, making you truly invested in the world and in Quill as a person.”
The Viveport Subscription plan offer is available until 8th July, 2018. Once purchased you’ll then be sent a code for Moss via email on 10th July. For further Viveport updates as the Summer Sale continues, keep reading VRFocus.