Steam has launched the first VR Weekend Sale giving steep discounts on VR titles for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, including a huge 20-game bundle at 30% discount.

Looking to bolster your VR game library? Vive and Rift owners alike benefit from Steam’s VR Weekend Sale which has 181 VR games and experiences with discounts ranging from 10% to 80%.

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The ‘VR Weekend Sale Bundle‘ packages up 20 Vive titles into a $368 package which you can nab for $257, a savings of about 30% or $111. Oddly, the undiscounted $40 Fantastic Contraption, which also comes bundled with every HTC Vive, is included in the Bundle. Fortunately, Steam is smart enough to exclude the cost games you already own from the bundle.

Among the 181 discounted VR titles, here’s the current top 10 best rated among those included in the sale:

Title Discount Original Price Discount Price
1 Space Pirate Trainer 15% $14.99 $12.74
2 Vanishing Realms 20% $19.99 $15.99
3 Pool Nation VR 10% $19.99 $17.99
4 Final Approach 30% $24.99 $17.49
5 Holopoint 15% $14.99 $12.74
6 A-10 VR 25% $4.99 $3.74
7 Soundstage 10% $9.99 $8.99
8 Battle Dome 10% $14.99 $13.49
9 Zombie Training Simulator 33% $19.99 $13.39
10 Universe Sandbox^2 20% $24.99 $19.99

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  • Sch@dows

    Such a little discount … kind of what was offered during Steam Summer Sales.

    Vanishing Realms and SPT are really great, and I would also recommend The Solus Project (20%) and Cloudlands VR Minigolf (25%)

    • J.C.

      Totally agree with Sch@dows. Cloudlands just added a level editor, and has rock solid multiplayer. Vanishing Realms and SPT haven’t seen any content updates in a couple months, but both are supposedly getting updates soon. They’re decent, but SPT has the least content out of the 4 games listed. Solus Project apparently just got a major interface overhaul, and the forum consensus is very positive, got me to pick it up, altho haven’t had a chance to touch it. Have a 1080 on its way and I kinda want to wait for that.

      I’m not surprised at the smallish discounts, but there’s really still a VERY small set of “worth buying” titles for VR currently.

      • glyphery

        D’accord, J.C. The Cloudlands demo was a lot of fun, so I can imagine the full game is even better. As for SPT, in the end I opted to buy A-10 VR instead because these two games appeared to be covering similar ground and A-10 was vastly more affordable. I don’t regret my decision. A-10 VR is hyper-addictive and the three different play modes give it just enough variety. I’d recommend it for anyone who’s hesitating about paying for SPT at its current price.

    • glyphery

      I’d second Vanishing Realms and The Solus Project as definite buys… probably even at full price. (I picked up both of these during the Steam Summer Sale for greater discounts than what are currently being offered, but they both provide great gameplay. I only wish this first instalment of Vanishing Realms were a bit longer!)