HTC is bringing a new tier to Viveport Subscription. Announced today at the company’s special CES event, Viveport Infinity will let subscribers download any of 500+ participating games whenever they want without limit.

Up until now, Viveport Subscription members could only download and play five VR titles per month. With Viveport Infinity, the company is letting users to (presumably) upgrade to be able to download an unlimited number of games available through Viveport Subscription.

Members will be able access Viveport Infinity across “all current and future Vive devices” in addition to the Oculus Rift and devices integrated with Vive Wave, the company’s open platform that allows third-party devices access to Viveport.

There’s no pricing available yet, although Viveport Infinity is slated to launch on the company’s ‘Vive Day’ on April 5th this year, so we’re sure to hear more about it in the coming months. HTC says it will be available for a monthly fee.

With the current model, new users get a free trial to Viveport Subscription and after that it’s one low monthly fee of $8.99 per month. In addition, users can also purchase a prepaid bundle for 3, 6, or 12 months for $19.99, $39.99 or $79.99 respectively.

Update (January 8th, 2019): A previous version of this article contained incorrect pricing for Viveport Subscription as it stands today. The offend bit has been replaced with correct pricing.

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  • Alan Dail

    No price?

    • benz145

      Not yet.

      • Alan Dail

        It was the strangest new product press conference I ever watched. Almost no details on anything they announced.

  • y_m_o

    I have a job finding 5 suitable ones every month. 500 titles? many I already own…With this brain spark of an idea, I’ll be done with the entire catalogue within a month or two :/

  • NooYawker

    $6.66?

  • RavnosCC

    Please improve the software, and they will come… right now, it’s just so janky and wonky to use, makes it not worth most consumer’s time, no?