Oculus’ massive price drop that saw the cost of Rift + Touch slashed to only $400, is still going on for the next 4-5 weeks—but if you purchase through BestBuy.com, you can get EVE: Valkyrie, normally costing $40, for free.

Note (07/21/17): Best Buy is currently out of online stock. Individual stores however post in-store availability for pick-up. Many stores are quickly running out, or have already ran out, but list when they expect stock to return.

Featuring near-constant updates from EVE Online developers CCP Games, the studio’s multiplayer arcade dogfighters has gotten a slew of new maps and gamemodes since launch in 2016, making Valkyrie a solid investment in both time and money—but if you can get it for free, why not?

Road to VR named EVE: Valkyrie the #1 in our breakdown of the 5 Best Multiplayer games to offer Cross-play on Rift, Vive and PSVR, and for a limited time you can get a free digital download of the game when you buy a Rift + Touch bundle from Best Buy.

Rift + Touch from Best Buy

This of course includes the free games you’ll already be getting when you activate Rift + Touch including: Robo Recall (2017), Luckyʼs Tale (2016), Quill (2017), Medium (2017), Dead and Buried (2017), and Toybox (2017).

Check out out breakdown of the top 5 Oculus Rift games for Touch and Gamepad to get an idea of what’s in store.

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  • Andrew Jakobs

    damn, that’s really interesting, if only we had best buy here I would propably drive to one and buy it. (no best buys here in the Netherlands).

  • Firestorm185

    Man, I’m still sour about that. I bought a rift by itself when they had the first back-up of orders and thought I was getting that, but I got no code or anything for it. >w<

  • Jack Harrison

    Warning: oculus doesn’t charge tax so in Canada so if I buy directly from them yours saving 70cad or so dollars rather than just getting a free 40 dollar game. With that 70 you can get a third sensor!!