The promotion will last longer.
Everyone loves free video games, so how about free video games for two months? Well, this is what Viveport is currently offering to Oculus Rift / Rift S. In fact, the offer that Viveport was first announced in May began in June. Initially, the action was supposed to last until the end of the month, but now it will be available a little longer.
The offer is intended for Viveport Infinity, the latest campaign subscription model in which users subscribe to a monthly fee of $ 12.99 USD / £ 12.99 GBP (or annual offer, paying £ 8.99 per month), getting unlimited access to virtual reality content (VR) library. So that you understand what you are buying, you are first asked to register for a 14-day free trial. Once you do this, you will receive a Viveport Infinity code for two months of subscription absolutely free. After that you can refuse to use the service or start paying for it if you really liked it.
As already mentioned, the promotion period is now extended for users of the Oculus Rift and Oculus Rift S. Just register until August 4th. It is worth remembering that the offer is available to all current and new Viveport Infinity subscribers using a headset (not available for Oculus Quest).
The Viveport Infinity library is updated weekly with new content, you should closely monitor, for example, Charm Games ’Form, a rather enjoyable puzzle game. Or how about the energetic Synth Riders, the rhythm of a video game that recently integrated the YUR.FIT technology fitness app, so that players can count their calories burned.
This is not the first extension of this offer. When it was launched last month for Oculus and Valve Index headsets, the promotional period was extended by the delay in the release of Valve Viveport headsets.
Ironically, there was no mention of the stock for Windows Mixed Reality headsets. Device support started last month, but Dell, Acer, Samsung, HP, Asus and Lenovo owners are not currently participating, but they can still subscribe to the 14-day trial version of Viveport Infinity.
VRcue will continue to cover Viveport news, reporting any further offers.