Payday 2 (2013), Overkill’s 4-player bank heist co-op shooter, has offered a VR mode in beta for the past few months, but now it’s off the beta branch and pushed out as a free DLC to the main game.

Payday 2 VR offers users with Oculus Rift or HTC Vive access to the entire game including its bustling userbase – decidedly making it one of the most-populated VR-accessible games out there thanks to its cross-platform support.

Before, owners of Payday 2 had to install the beta branch of the game to give them access to the VR features.

If you don’t already own the game, the only way to get it currently is through one of the Payday 2: Ultimate Edition bundle, which includes a number of previous DLCs bundled into one. If you already have it (or pulled the trigger on the $45 bundle), you simply need to download the Payday 2 VR DLC here.

While the specs say users should at least have a 1GB GPU, this is likely referring to the main game, as the beta suggested at very least a GTX 980 or better to play.

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  • Harry Cox

    Looks pretty darn fun to me

    • matnojje

      it is

  • Any chance of a PSVR version down the road?

    • Facts

      Move controllers too loggy,and old for good vr

      • I assure you, they’re not logs.

        • matnojje

          my biggest problem with the ps vrs controllers is that your body can hide them from the camera.In a fast paced game like payday it might be a problem.

          • People said the same about Superhot… and here we are. Anyway Overkill has been porting this game to every possible platform so I’m sure PSVR is on the list I just wanted a confirmation is all.

      • kool

        Why wouldn’t they use the aim?

  • jean thompson

    One of the best VR games. If u have not played u need too!

  • Dan

    Amazing game in VR, I could never go back to the regular flat version.