International Gear VR owners rejoice! Oculus has officially allowed selected paid content to be purchased outside of the United States, albeit in US dollars at the moment.

A number of apps, games, and experiences have been cleared for international sale on the Gear VR app store, with few caveats depending on the wishes of individual developers—and just in time for yesterday’s release of the second iteration of Gear VR, a device that works with Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

According to the White Door Games, makers of the multi-platform horror game Dreadhalls, the game is currently available in all world regions except South Korea, as Gear VR developers retain the option to not release in certain countries.

Below is the official list of purchaseable games available via the Gear VR store.

  • Eden River by Unello Design – $1.99
  • Bandit Six by Climax Studios – $2.99
  • Mars Is A Real Place by DrashVR LLC – $2.99
  • Dodge This VR by IMGNATION Studios – $2.99
  • Babel Rising 3D by Mando Productions – $2.99
  • Romans From Mars 360 by Side-Kick Games – $2.99
  • Proton Pulse by ZeroTransform LLC – $2.99
  • Nighttime Terror by Mark Schramm – $3.99
  • Gunner by nDreams – $3.99
  • Esper by Coatsink – $4.99
  • Protocol Zero by DeNA – $4.99
  • Viral by Fierce Kaiju – $4.99
  • Dreadhalls by White Door Games – $4.99
  • Darknet by E McNeill – $9.99

See Also: Open for Business: 9 Paid Apps Now Available on Gear VR Store

No time frame has been given as to when Oculus will start charging in local currencies, but according to Oculus’ community liaison, international currency support will be one of the next features added to the store.

Check back with Road to VR for more news related to the newly opened international Gear VR store.

This article may contain affiliate links. If you click an affiliate link and buy a product we may receive a small commission which helps support the publication. See here for more information.

  • feeltherelaxation

    Is support for paid 360 video downloads available as well?

    • Scott Hayden

      So far (thankfully) all 360 video content has been free on a Gear VR. When/if livestreamed premium content rolls out, we’ll be there to cover it!