Fallout 4 VR is Free With Every HTC Vive Pro Starter Kit

But only for a limited time.

First made available to UK customers in January, the HTC Vive Pro Starter Kit includes everything players need to start enjoying high-resolution virtual reality (VR) gaming. For those tempted by the kit, HTC Vive has now made the deal even more tempting by offering a free copy of Fallout 4 VR for a limited time.

Fallout 4 VR screenshot

With every purchase of the HTC Vive Pro Starter Kit for £1,119 GBP you get the HTC Vive Pro headset, two Lighthouse base stations 1.0, two controllers 1.0 and the link box. You’ll also get a free 2-month Viveport trial subscription to start you off. Once you activate the Viveport subscription you’ll then be sent a code to download Fallout 4 VR for free. The deal doesn’t last for long though, closing next Thursday, 28th March.

This offer seems to only be available through Vive.com for European customers, as the US site isn’t promoting any such offer. And don’t get it mixed up with the HTC Vive Pro Full Kit which retails for £1,299 and features the SteamVR Base Station 2.0 setup.

The HTC Vive Pro made its first appearance during CES 2018 followed by an official launch a few months later. The main difference between it and the original £499 HTC Vive is that the Pro version comes with dual-OLED displays, delivering a stunning image at a resolution of 2880 x 1600 combined. The headset also comes fitted with integrated headphones and a snazzy blue design.

HTC Vive Pro

Bethesda’s Fallout 4 VR was one of the hit titles released over the Christmas period in 2017, garnering a five-star review from VRFocus in which we said: “Fallout 4 VR is such a massive experience that VRFocus could go on writing for hours. What you want to know is, is it worth investing your time in? That’s an easy yes. What Bethesda has done with Fallout 4 VR is create the ultimate Fallout experience.”

VRFocus will continue its coverage of HTC Vive, reporting back with the latest headset updates for the Vive Pro Eye and Vive Cosmos, as well as all the rest.

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