Buckle up and put on your PSVR headsets, because PlayStation Plus members will be getting WipEout Omega Collection for free in August.

The game combines WipEout 2048, WipEout HD and the ‘HD Fury’ expansion, and is fully playable on PSVR. You can select any game mode, be it ‘Racebox’ or ‘Campaign’, and play the full game in VR from start to finish.

Typically retailing for $20, the intense racing game includes dozens of ships to unlock over the course of 26 tracks. As a multiplayer game, you’ll be able to race against eight players—with both online and offline capabilities.

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And if you’re worried about comfort, you really shouldn’t be. When we first went hands-on with the Omega Collection in March of last year, it was clear the developers took their time to offer a number of VR-specific adjustments to keep players comfortable even while racing at breakneck speeds, taking jumps, and doing barrel rolls.

If you want to know more, and see a race in action, check out our hands-on article to find out why WipEout Omega Collection shouldn’t be missed.

Both WipEout Omega Collection and the non-VR title Sniper Elite 4 will be available to download at the PlayStation Store from August 6th until September 2nd.

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  • ra51

    This was by far one of the best VR racing experience, let alone any VR experience out there now.

  • Fourfoldroot

    Until dawn rush of blood, rigs, bound, here they lie, trackmania turbo … All free, just off the top of my head. I’m sure there has been more.

    • Alan Harrington

      You’re going well back there buddy; well before my time. This is the first since I joined last September, not enough to justify the subscription seeing as I no longer play flat. Won’t be re-subbing and that’s a certainty…

      • Fourfoldroot

        Me neither. Had a sub since release day but since they dropped PS3 and vita it’s no longer worthwhile given I don’t play online. Would rather spend that £50 on 5 second hand games I trade back over the course of the year. I still play flat so getting second hand games is no problem and I have no moral objections to not supporting the industry given Sony’s new puritanical censorship policies (another reason I prefer not to give Sony my money now through plus).