Something for the Weekend: The Best VR Discounts on Steam

Looking for something new to refresh your virtual reality (VR) senses on a Sunday morning? VRFocus has scoured the depths of Steam to find you ten of the best discounts for a quick-and-easy fix this weekend. Whether you’re planning on using HTC Vive, Oculus Rift or the OSVR hacker dev kit, below you’ll find some of the best bargains in VR today.
Rez Infinite
Compatibility: Oculus Rift and HTC Vive
Rez Infinite made its debut on PC earlier this week, and for those yet to jump in there’s still time to grab Enhance Games’ VR masterpiece at the discounted launch price of £15.99 GBP. The typical price of Rez Infinite will be £19.99 when the discount ends on 23rd August 2017, but even then there’s no argument that Rez Infinite will be worth the asking price.

Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality
Compatibility: Oculus Rift and HTC Vive
A hugely popular VR title, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality has a limited time sale for this weekend only. Offering a 25% discount, you can pick up Owlchemy Labs’ second major VR release – following the massively successful Job Simulator: The 2050 Archives – for just £17.24. The typical price of Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality stands at £22.99, so there’s no better time to become a Morty clone.

Gal*Gun VR
Compatibility: Oculus Rift and HTC Vive
Another new release, Gal*Gun VR publisher Inti Creates Co. is offering a launch discount of 15%. Priced at £19.54 opposed to the typical price of £22.99, you can ‘live the dream of being surrounded by hordes of cute girls who are madly in love you’ for a reduced price until 16th August 2017.
House of the Dying Sun
Compatibility: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and OSVR
Coming to the end of a week long deal, House of the Dying Sun is offering a discount of 50% for just one more day. Now priced at £7.49, instead of the typical pricing of £14.99, House of the Dying Sun is a tactical space shooter that puts you in the cockpit of the Empire’s most deadly interceptor as you hunt down the enemies of your dying empire.
Overkill VR
Compatibility: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and OSVR
In support of a recent update for Overkill VR, Game Troopers has begun a special price promotion. Available now for £10.49, a discount of 30% from the typical price of £14.99, Overkill VR is a first-person shooter (FPS) videogame that offers a huge variety of customisable weaponry as it throws you into a heated and deadly warzone.
Fancy Skiing VR
Compatibility: Oculus Rift and HTC Vive
Contrary to much of the violence and comedy coming to modern VR, Fancy Skiing VR, developed by HashVR Studio, is structured on real skiing. Players use the motion-controllers of the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive as ski poles to get power and lean left or right to control the direction. Fancy Skiing VR is available for just £4.89 until 25th August 2017.
Kittypocalypse
Compatibility: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and OSVR
A tower defence videogame that aimed to make the most of VR early after the consumer launch of the modern hardware, Kittypocalypse undoubtedly feel short. However, it’s less of an ask to invest the title at its current discounted price of £5.49 rather than the typical price of £10.99: a 50% discount lasting just one more day.

Operation Warcade VR
Compatibility: Oculus Rift and HTC Vive
Operation Warcade VR launched back in June 2017, and with it brought the promise of an Operation Wolf modernisation in VR. However, now it’s not just about shooting cardboard cutouts of bad guys, but taking to the land, sea and air using everything from throwing knives to missiles to take out anyone who stands in your way. Operation Warcade VR is available for £8.99, a 40% discount from £14.99, for another day.

Duo
Compatibility: HTC Vive
A HTC Vive exclusive, DUO is an arcade videogame designed from the ground up for VR. A brick-breaker available for the bargain price of £5.99, developer NiVision has seen fit to encourage more people to experience their second VR release by offering a discounted price of £2.99 for a limited time.

Craft Keep VR
Compatibility: Oculus Rift and HTC Vive
Craft Keep VR launched earlier this year as an intriguing combination of Job Simulator: The 2050 Archives and Minecraft. Set within a fantasy world of dragons, dungeons and foul-mouthed customers, you are an alchemist-blacksmith forging weapons and brewing potions. And now you can jump into the comedic world of Craft Keep VR for the discounted price of £7.36, saving 33% off the typical price of £10.99.

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