steamThere’s still time to cash in that cheque grandma gave you this holiday season (for piano lessons) and turn it into your favorite VR supported games, because Steam’s yearly Holiday Sale is coming to an end on January 2nd.

Among others, VR supported games are up to 80% off for a limited time, including a host of popular titles like Assetto Corsa, Euro Truck Simulator 2, Toybox Turbos, BlazeRush, and AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome.

Below is a full list of Oculus Rift compatible games currently on sale (you can browse all VR-capable Steam games here):

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Don’t miss your chance to snatch up these games, which will turn back to normal prices starting January 2nd, at 10:00 AM PST.


Valve itself has been working on integrating virtual reality into their Steam gaming platform for quite a while now, namely with their introduction of SteamVR, a mode that allows you to boot up Steam inside the stereoscopic 3D display of both Oculus Rift developer kits, a way that is very reminiscent of Guy Godin’s Virtual Desktop program. Steam’s VR mode, which was introduced around this time last year, also allows for web browsing and not to mention a more comfortable execution from game library to game launch—something sorely lacking at the moment (because we never want to take these things off, Samsung Gear VR Passthrough Sushi [Samsung Gear VR Passthrough Sushi [Video]” href=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WX4-3GG-mnY” target=”_blank”>not even to eat).

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  • pittsburghjoe

    Many of what is listed DO NOT have DK2 support :(

    • Sven Viking

      And in several cases seem unlikely to ever get it :/.

    • Jacob Pederson

      Well if you still have DK1 laying about, Lunar flight is still as amazing as ever, with more readable virtual displays than Elite Dangerous has in DK2 :)

      • Sven Viking

        Lunar Flight has DK2 support if you opt into the beta in Steam properties, by the way. It was just updated to use 0.4.4 today.