Everyone likes a free videogame, so how about free videogames for two whole months? Well, that’s the offer Viveport is currently offering Oculus Rift/Rift S customers. Actually, it’s a deal Viveport first announced in May before going live in June. Originally it was supposed to finish by the end of June, now the promotion window has been extended.
The offer is for Viveport Infinity, the platforms latest subscription model whereby users sign up for a monthly fee of $12.99 USD/£12.99 GBP (or the yearly deal which works out at £8.99 per month) gaining unlimited access to the library of virtual reality (VR) content. Before you need to worry about spending any money, this current deal means that you sign-up for the 14-day free trial first. Once you’ve done that you’ll get a two-month Viveport Infinity code to use. After that, you can then cancel to stop using the service or start paying if you really liked it.
As mentioned the promotion window has now been extended for Oculus Rift and Oculus Rift S users, simply sign-up before 4th August. It’s worth remembering the offer is available to all current and new Viveport Infinity subscribers using either headset (not available for Oculus Quest).
Viveport Infinity is updated weekly with new content to keep an eye out for, such as Charm Games’ Form, a rather enjoyable puzzle title VRFocus awarded four stars to. Or how about the energetic Synth Riders, a rhythm action videogame which recently integrated YUR.FIT fitness tracking software so players could count their burnt calories.
This isn’t the first extension of the two-month offer. When it launched last month for Oculus headsets and Valve Index, due to the delay in Valve headsets becoming available Viveport lengthened the promotion period.
Strangely, there has been no mention of an offer for Windows Mixed Reality headsets. Support for the devices went live last month, yet owners of the devices from Dell, Acer, Samsung, HP, Asus and Lenovo aren’t getting the same love at the moment – they can still sign-up for the 14-day Viveport Infinity trial. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Viveport, reporting back with any further offers.