With the rampant lockdowns following the COVID-19 crisis, a lot of people are now stuck indoors and are looking for ways to entertain themselves to keep up with the long and boring days of quarantine. To keep up with the lockdowns, some are discovering and trying virtual reality for the first time.

Viveport Infinity
Viveport Infinity

Viveport Infinity is now offering some great deals on the Viveport Infinity Subscription. From today until April 19th, you can save a whopping 75% on your annual Viveport Infinity subscription with the price falling to just $2.25 per month or $27 per year. For that low price, you can lay your hands on hundreds of virtual reality titles.

The deal is known as ‘Play at Home Sale’ and the sale is available for a limited time. The savings are massive. The subscription service usually costs $8.99 per month or $107.88 per year. With the 75% discounts, the prices come down to just $2.25 per month or $27 per year but you have to hurry and grab the deal in time before April 19th. Considering the range of content that you will get for just $27, this is great value for money.

The Viveport Infinity ‘Star at Home’ sale is available in the following countries: US, UK, Japan, France, Germany, Russia, Spain, Australia, Taiwan and South Korea. Viveport is hardware-agnostic and support a large selection of virtual reality headsets including Vive Pro, HTC Vive, Vive Focus, Valve Index, Oculus Rift/Rift S, Samsung Odyssey/Samsung Odyssey Plus, Pico Neo and Pico G2 among others. Viveport Infinity even supports Oculus Quest via the Oculus Link connection.

If you miss out on the ‘Stay at Home’ sale, you can check out Viveport’s smaller discounts across its content lineup from Monday April 20th.

Viveport doesn’t offer the same limitless content as you would get on Steam but it still has a diverse library of virtual reality apps, videos and videogames. It has over 750 VR titles on the platform. With Viveport Infinity, you can get an unlimited access to these hundreds of titles including some of the popular titles such as Creed: Rise to Glory, Scraper: First Strike, Witching Tower, OhShape, Tilt Brush and BoxVR. Monthly subscribers can also take advantage of perks such as discount coupons, exclusive offers along with free games that they keep in their libraries indefinitely.

Some of the popular range of VR headsets currently have stocking issues but the Vive Cosmos is available and every purchase also includes a free six-month Viveport Infinity access.

No Half-Life: Alyx

The hot Viveport Infinity deal does not include the biggest VR hit at the moment: the Half-Life: Alyx which is only available on Steam. If you purchase the Vive Cosmos Elite, you can still get a free copy of the Half-Life: Alyx.

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