Summer isn’t the best time to strap a black video box to your face, but it’s a great time to buy up all the top VR titles at a deep discount.

Starting today and continuing to July 9th, the Steam Summer Sale is slashing prices on practically all of the top VR titles on the platform.

Before we head into the chart of our top picks, make sure to check out Steam’s VR Essentials Bundle, which includes eight top games with an added 15% discount on top of it, bringing it to $93. That gets you Space Pirate Trainer, Job Simulator, Thumper, Budget Cuts, Sairento VR, GORN, Superhot VR, and Arizona Sunshine—great if you’re looking to get into VR and don’t know how to empty your wallet first.

Without further ado, here’s our top selection of discounted games:

Under $15

Title % off MSRP Sale Price
Accounting+ -60% $11.99 $4.79
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes -67% $14.99 $4.94
Thumper -75% $19.99 $4.99
PAYDAY 2: Ultimate Edition -93% $80.33 $5.48
Pavlov VR -40% $9.99 $5.99
DiRT Rally -80% $39.99 $7.99
Space Pirate Trainer -40% $14.99 $8.99
In Death -70% $29.99 $8.99
Obduction -70% $29.99 $8.99
The Forest -40% $19.99 $11.99
Star Trek: Bridge Crew -70% $39.99 $11.99
Duck Season -35% $19.99 $12.99
Arizona Sunshine -63% $39.99 $14.79
Space Junkies -63% $39.99 $14.79
SUPERHOT VR -40% $24.99 $14.99
GORN -25% $19.99 $14.99
Budget Cuts -50% $29.99 $14.99
Job Simulator -25% $19.99 $14.99
Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality -50% $29.99 $14.99
Project CARS 2 -75% $59.99 $14.99
Onward -40% $24.99 $14.99
DOOM VFR -50% $29.99 $14.99
The Mage’s Tale -50% $29.99 $14.99
Valve Index Set for June 28th Launch, New Orders Backlogged Until September

Above $15

Title % off MSRP Sale Price
Raw Data -60% $39.99 $15.99
CROTEAM VR Bundle -92% $199.95 $16.95
Subnautica -30% $24.99 $17.49
I Expect You To Die -30% $24.99 $17.49
Elite Dangerous: Commander Deluxe Edition -70% $59.99 $17.99
Creed: Rise to Glory -40% $29.99 $17.99
BOXVR -35% $29.99 $19.49
Moss -34% $29.99 $19.79
Sairento VR -30% $29.99 $20.99
Windlands 2 -25% $29.99 $22.49
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR -50% $59.99 $29.99
Fallout 4 VR -50% $59.99 $29.99
X-Plane 11 -34% $59.99 $39.59

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  • M0rph3u5

    Just before th Valve Index scheduled deliveries this weekend and shortly after Rift S release. Could’ve not timed it any better lol

  • superdonkey

    thumper is worth it

  • Jarilo

    Seeking Dawn is 6 bucks.

  • FireAndTheVoid

    I highly recommend The Forest VR. It is the most full-featured VR game that I have tried besides Skyrim VR. To make it better, you don’t have to buy two different versions of the same game to play flatscreen vs VR.

    For veterans of The Forest, if you got used to the cannibals and the caves in the 2D version of the game, VR makes it a totally new and terrifying experience.

    • dextrovix

      Agree- The Forest is really good and enjoyed the playthrough and discoveries along the way. I played it co-op in flatscreen originally all the way through, and tested it in VR, but intend to embark on the full story again from scratch. I think the caves are gonna freak me the hell out way more in VR once I go down them again…!

    • mirak

      Can you play it a bit casually, like 3 hours a week, or doesn’t it need more like 2 hours a day ?
      Can it compare to Dying Light ?

      • FireAndTheVoid

        The game probably requires more investment than 3 hours a week. Unless you are going for a speed run, there is a lot to explore.

        Dying Light is a completely different game. The Forest is a survival game where you crash land on an isolated penninsula that is inhabited by cannibals and mutants (biological experiments gone wrong). Your son is stolen from you and you are trying to save him while also surviving hunger, thirst, and other dangers. To help you survive, you can craft weapons, survival gear, traps, and shelters.

  • Michael Slesinski

    isnt THE top vr title beat saber? and yet its not on sale..

    • Grey Lock

      Supply and demand – games that are selling well without sales don’t go on sale. Sad, but true.

      • Michael Slesinski

        its more about the misleading title. plenty of games that arent selling well arent on sale either.

    • Jistuce

      Why would you cut the price when it is already selling like hotcakes? That’s just leaving money on the table.

      Alternatively, they’re being nice and giving everyone else a chance to catch up.

    • oompah

      never liked BS
      too tough for my age ;-)

      • Michael Slesinski

        me neither, as far as im concerned its an inferior rip-off of holodance.

        • mirak

          I prefer play bass guitar or electronic drums.
          The real ones.
          If a friend force me to buy it, or offer it for a party, I would though …

    • BillyBumbler

      Beat Saber, H3 and Trover said they weren’t interested in doing sales if I recall.

  • HomeAudio

    I have almost everything :(

  • RealityCheckVR

    Pixel Ripped 1989 is also in the Summer Sale at 50% off making it less than $15!
    Definitely worth a try if you haven’t experienced it yet! ;)

  • david vincent

    $6 only for pavlov VR, now is a good chance to try