Steam’s annual Halloween Sale is live, and it’s safe to say it’s the end-all of VR sales this Spooktober.

Valve’s latest seasonal excuse to drain your wallet is already in full swing, as the Steam Halloween Sale starts today and goes until November 1st.

Don’t expect to find an overwhelming glut of horror titles, although there’s over 800 titles to choose from, ranging from 25% – 90% off across all genres.

You can check out the full list of discounted titles on Steam this Halloween season here. There’s also a few more great Halloween deals over at the Oculus Store (Rift only) and Viveport (Vive, Rift).

Here’s a few of the notables from this year’s Steam Halloween Sale, divided by price tier:

Under $10

Title Sale Price Reg Price
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes $7.49 $14.99
Pavlov VR $6.99 $9.99
Elite Dangerous $9.99 $24.99
Space Pirate Trainer $8.99 $14.99
Robinson: The Journey $7.49 $29.99
Narcosis $6.79 $19.99
Please Don’t Touch Anything 3D $5.99 $14.99
Elevator… to the Moon! $4.99 $9.99
Windlands $6.99 $19.99

$10 – $20

Title Sale Price Reg Price
Payday 2: Ultimate Edition $11.34 $80.33
SUPERHOT VR $17.24 $22.99
The Talos Principle VR $19.99 $39.99
Obduction $10.49 $29.99
The Invisible Hours $11.99 $29.99
SACRALITH : The Archer`s Tale $12.99 $19.99
Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality $17.99 $29.99
Gorn $14.99 $19.99
Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul $14.99 $29.99

Above $20

Title Sale Price Reg Price
CROTEAM VR Bundle $39.95 $199.95
Arizona Sunshine $25.99 $39.99
Sprint Vector $20.99 $29.99
Seeking Dawn $29.99 $39.99
Raw Data $27.99 $39.99
X-Plane 11 $39.59 $59.99
Gunheart $20.99 $29.99

 

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  • HomeAudio

    Seeking Dawn is 10$ off. Very good game.

  • Luke

    there is also Organ Quarter 50% sale

  • Contagion VR: Outbreak is on sale for 25% off also. https://store.steampowered.com/app/676840/Contagion_VR_Outbreak/

  • JesuSaveSouls

    Wow bubble bunions

  • MosBen

    Since there’s a sale on, what are the games that are on sale that would make for good VR demoing for friends? I have a long backlog of games for me to play on my own, but I’m always on the lookout for games that are good for parties or just generally showing off VR to newbies. The key factor is that it has to impressively leverage the unique aspects of VR (eg., The Blu gives people an awe-inducing sense of scale, Beat Saber gives viscerally positive feedback), and it has to get going quickly. As nice as some games are, they often take too long to get going to really be good for passing a headset around.

    • DanDei

      Superhot and Gorn are very fun when I have friends over who try it for the first time. After you beat the campaign in Superhot you have the endless mode where you can pass the HMD around to go score hunting with endless waves. Have your phone-camera ready when they twist, duck and bend around incoming bullets! It’s hilarious.

      • MosBen

        I have both, and like them on my own. I tried Superhot with a friend recently, and he found it too difficult. It’s an amazing idea, but at least in that case by the third level he was basically lost. I haven’t really tried Gorn with groups. I don’t love the movement mechanic, and I’m not sure if the violence will play well with lots of people (it didn’t with my wife).

    • NooYawker

      Paranormal activity. Scare the shit out of them. On sale for $14.99

      • MosBen

        Thanks! I generally don’t really like horror movies or games, and just looking at that Steam page starts to get my guts in knots.

    • D Polo

      Space Pirate Trainer and The Blu were the first games I ever demo’d. Both great experiences for a newbie

  • DanDei

    Hellblade VR is down 40% (17.99 €, not sure about $)

  • wcalderini

    I’ve always found that both “The Lab” and NVIDIA’s “VR Funhouse” were both excellent intros to VR for the masses. I did a “VR Intro” here at work over a 2 day period this year
    and usually started by asking what kind of stuff they liked. Everyone kind of went for the Blu, VR Funhouse, The Lab, and assorted Roller Coasters. Everybody loved shooting flaming arrows. (A feature of both the Lab and VR funhouse)
    (That was meant as a reply to MosBen, but I’m an idiot at Disquis)