Black Friday may be gone, but Cyber Monday has arrived to give you one last chance at nabbing some big savings on a number of Oculus platform titles, with bundled game deals topping out at 50% off for Rift and Quest.

The sale is active until December 2nd at 11:59PM PT (local time here), and includes a number of ‘Essential’ bundles for both Oculus Rift and Quest.

Some—but not all games below—feature cross-buy between Rift and Quest, although it seems to be such a toss up that you’d be better off searching for sale items on their own.  That may not be such an issue if you own a Quest and a VR-ready PC, as you can now play Rift games on Quest thanks to Oculus Link.

Thankfully Oculus bundles benefit from flexible bundle pricing too, so if you already own a game in the list it should be automatically deducted from the total price.

Without further ado, here’s a look at what the Oculus Store is offering up this Cyber Monday:

Rift Grand Essentials ($60 $122):

  • The Climb
  • Onward
  • Defector
  • Job Simulator
  • GORN
  • Seeking Dawn
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Quest Action Essentials ($90 $110)

  • Sairento VR
  • Untethered
  • Creed: Rise to Glory
  • Drunkn Bar Fight
  • Ninja Legends

Quest Arcade Essentials ($65 $85)

  • Space Pirate Trainer
  • Thumper
  • Fruit Ninja
  • Acron: Attack of the Squirrels
  • Pinball FX2 VR
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Quest Multiplayer Essentials ($100 $135)

  • Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR
  • Drop Dead: Dual Strike Edition
  • Dance Central
  • Sports Scramble
  • OrbusVR: Reborn

Quest Oculus Originals Essentials ($95 $120)

  • Robo Recall: Unplugged
  • Shadow Point
  • Dead and Buried II
  • Face Your Fears 2
  • Journey of the Gods

Quest Fitness Essentials ($90 $110)

  • Dance Central
  • Creed: Rise to Glory
  • Knockout League

If you’re looking for a particular title, make sure to keep an eye on both the Rift Sale and Quest Sale sections of the store. 

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  • Ardra Diva

    this would be good news if the Quest also was on sale.

  • Mateusz Pawluczuk

    It’s good there are finally discounts and sales on Quest but I wouldn’t call them massive.

    When you rely on heavy curation it leaves little room for low-tier cheap experiences. On Go for example you have right now a ton of games and experiences available for under a dollar. Sure most are sub-par but there’s also plenty if good ones (like Overflight – bought it for $0.99)

  • Sven Viking

    “ Sairento VR


    should be one item instead of two, by the way.