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Oculus dropped prices on several VR titles on their store for Thanksgiving with those prices likely to persist through the weekend until Cyber Monday. Here’s what’s on offer.

In addition to offering $100 in Oculus Store credit for every new Rift purchase from Best Buy, Amazon, and Microsoft (US), GAME (UK), Saturn (Germany), and FNAC (France), Oculus have provided some significant software discounts on the store, highlighted below:

Dirt Rally – $40 (33% off) – a superb rally sim from Codemasters. Particularly effective with a steering wheel controller, this game is both punishing and rewarding.

Review: 'DiRT Rally' VR

Edge of Nowhere – $30 (25% off) – a stunning third-person action thriller. Insomniac Games’ first designed-from-the-ground-up VR title, this is one of the premier experiences on the Rift.

'Edge of Nowhere' Review

The Assembly – $20 (33% off) – an engaging first-person adventure from nDreams. Strongly narrative-driven, you’ll have to solve puzzles and deal with some moral challenges.

'The Assembly' Review

iOMoon – $13 (13% off) – a cockpit-based space exploration game in Early Access. A spectacular journey into the heart of Jupiter’s moon, ‘iO’.

Space Jones VR – $10 (38% off) – a compelling space shooter, with head-tracked flight controls, weapon upgrades and varied combat.

Worldy Cup VR – $5 (50% off) – a neat soccer game with a retro voxel art style in Early Access.

HordeZ – $14 (30% off) – an intense first-person zombie shooter.

Audio Arena – $7 (30% off) – a fun music-based action game.

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  • Morality_Mortality

    Dirt Rally VR (w/steering wheel & pedals) is the absolute best VR experience on the Rift right now = 10/10. Can’t recommend it strongly enough.

    • David Dewis

      Personally prefer Project cars. Dirt Rally made me feel nauseous for some reason. But my best Rift experience so far has been either Euro Truck Simulator 2 or Flight sim X@ Steam edition with FlyInsideFSX.

    • Tom

      Elite:Dangerous for me. Absolutely incredible with a HOTAS controller, it’s like being in Star Wars.

      Dirt Rally is on my radar though, already had PCars and that was very good with wheel and pedals.

  • Zach Mauch

    No Chronus? Boo.

    • James Andre

      Chronos is 25off

      • yag

        Still 40€ for me.

  • cdm283813

    Don’t buy Dirt Rally from Oculus. I pad $30 on steam and got 4 games which included Dirt Rally and is playable on Rift and Vive. You never know if you’re going to have another headset and it doesn’t appear that the Oculus store will ever support outside their own unit.