Save Big on the VR Classics with the VR Humble Bundle
Save big on some the virtual reality classics with the new PC VR Humble Bundle. If you have recently acquired a PC VR headset and are looking for lots of games and apps, this is the time to take advantage of these generous discounts on some of the top Virtual Reality hits such as Space Time Trainer, Superhot VR, Smashbox Arena, Gorn, Cosmic Trip, Moss and Budget Cuts.
The Humble Bundle will run until February 25.
Humble Bundle is an online retail outlet that bundles together several games and enables buyers to choose a price to pay while supporting a charity at the same time. Customers shopping on Humble Bundle can opt to pay as little as $1 for a whole bundle but the lower payments do not bundle together some of the best games on offer.
You can also go for the middle tier bundles. This is determined by the payment of more than the current average price that has been paid for the entire bundle. The middle tier bundle includes some great game options.
The highest tier is achieved by the buyer paying more than the predetermined amount. This bundle includes the best games in the bundle.
The Humble VR Bundle for the ‘pay $1 or more’ tier contains games such as Smashbox Arena and Cosmic Trip.
There is the ‘pay more than average’ tier that currently costs $13.98 or more. This bundle includes games such as Gorn, Budget Cuts and Space Pirate Trainer. You get three great games for a price of just $13.98. When these games are purchased individually, they’ll cost you $20, $30 and $15 respectively. Paying roughly $14 for the three of them amounts to massive savings on your game purchases.
The best deal and best savings is the ‘pay more than $14’ tier. This contains all the games from the top tiers along with Moss and Superhot VR. Moss cost $30 while Superhot VR costs $25 on Steam. Getting these plus all the other games in the top tier for just $15 also amounts to a great deal with massive savings.
When you buy the bundle, you get redeemable Steam keys for every game contained in the bundle.
It is also possible to share the games. If you already have some of the games contained in the bundle, you can just redeem the codes for the games you don’t have and send the rest of codes to a friend who has a virtual reality headset but doesn’t have the titles contained in the bundle.
Each Humble Bundle gives you the freedom to choose where your money will be directed to; between the publishers, a chosen charity for the month and finally, the Humble Bundle organizers. The way the money is split favors publishers by default. A small cut of the money goes to Humble organizers and a chosen charity. But you can customize the split to suit your preferences.
This month, the chosen charity is the Australian charity WIRES. It supports the rehabilitation and preservation of wildlife in the territory of New South Wales (NSW), Australia.
The Humble VR Bundle is already ready for purchase. It will be available for about two weeks.