Steam’s annual winter sale is already in full swing, bringing big savings to top VR games like Half-Life: Alyx (2020), Star Wars: Squadrons (2020), Elite Dangerous (2014) and more.

The sale is already in effect, and lasts until January 5th, 2021 at 10 AM PT (local time here).

All of the games below are certified fresh, and include native SteamVR integration which includes support for Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Windows VR headsets, and Oculus Quest provided you have a Link cable and a computer capable of meeting the demanding specs for PC VR gaming.

This is just a taste of the top titles, however you can find the full list of VR games on sale here.

Steam Winter Sale Highlights

Title Regular Price Sale Price Percent Off
STAR WARS: Squadrons $40 $24 40%
Half-Life: Alyx $60 $40 25%
No Man’s Sky $60 $30 50%
PAYDAY 2 $10 $1 90%
Subnautica $25 $15 40%
BONEWORKS $30 $24 20%
Pavlov VR $25 $15 40%
Assetto Corsa Competizione $40 $16 60%
Elite Dangerous $30 $7.50 75%
DiRT Rally 2.0 $25 $6.25 75%
Skyrim VR $60 $20 67%
Superhot VR $25 $15 40%
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners $40 $32 20%
Arizona Sunshine $40 $16 63%
Project CARS 2 $60 $9.60 84%
Onward $25 $12.50 50%
The Room VR: A Dark Matter $30 $20 33%
GORN $20 $10 50%
Until You Fall $25 $20 20%
Fallout 4 VR $60 $18 70%
Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality $30 $12 60%
Vacation Simulator $30 $24 20%
Trover Saves the Universe $30 $18 40%
Star Trek: Bridge Crew $25 $10 60%
Moss $30 $15 50%
Budget Cuts $30 $15 50%
Creed: Rise to Glory $30 $7.50 75%
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  • Xron

    Thx for making a table with sale prices and real prices.

  • Gamer1st1

    You can beat the SW Squadrons price. I got it on Epic on sale. They also are giving out a coupon code for $10 off on anything over 14.99, if you grab any of the free games they’re giving away daily for 14 days.
    Total price was under $15 that way.

  • Ad

    Seems like a good time to share a list of Hidden Gems.

  • Lhorkan

    The most incredible thing about this list is that Skyrim and Fallout are normally still $60.

    • TechPassion


  • MosBen

    I finally picked up Alyx, just days after I sold my Rift CV1. Now I’m stuck waiting for CES, where I’m hopeful that there will be news of some latest and greatest VR HMD. I’m tempted by the Index, but I can’t help but feel like it’s a little long in the tooth to jump on now.

    Plus, I still have a 1070 in my PC, but of course it’s impossible to buy a new graphics card for anything close to retail prices.