Steam’s Annual Summer Sale is officially underway and now instead of just emptying your wallet on normal PC games, you also have over 800 VR game discounts to choose from. This year’s Summer Sale is running from 22 June until 5 July, which gives you plenty of time to go through all of those mouth watering deals and throw your money into that black hole of need. What is that black hole you ask? Well the need to have every possible interesting looking game in your Steam library even though you know you’re going to need about 200 years of extended life to get through them all. And even then you’re still not going to play that weird looking indie game you bought three years ago.
Anyway, let the purchasing commence!
Vive has a great bundle deal going for the Steam Summer Sale as well – where you can get a Vive, a $50 Steam gift card (that can be redeemed immediately and used during the sale) and Star Trek: Bridge Crew for the price of $749. Free shipping is included as well and the bundle deal will be going on until the Summer Sale ends on July 5.
These are our picks of the best VR deals for this year’s Steam Summer Sale:
Pavlov – 40% Discount at $5.99
Knockout League – 40% Discount at $11.99
Raw Data – 20% Discount at $31.99
Job Simulator – 30% Discount at $20.99
Onward – 20% Discount at $19.99
Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality – 20% Discount at $23.99
Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope – 33% Discount at $26.79
Narcosis – 33% Discount at $13.39
Called the Mind Is Software Bundle where you get the normal PC version and the VR version at a discount of 44% for $27.98 (that’s 40% off the PC game and 20% off the VR game)
Redout: Enhanced Edition – 60% Discount at $13.99
Project Cars – 67% Discount at $9.89
Tilt Brush – 25% Discount at $14.99
Thumper – 40% Discount at $11.99
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes – 67% Discount at $4.94
Battlezone – 33% Discount at $26.79
So there you have our list of VR deals for this Summer Sale. Well I daresay – have at it! So if you do somehow manage to venture away from your computer this summer, just remember the sunblock. Most important of all, remember that Steam isn’t holding a knife to your throat asking you to hand over your wallet. If you aren’t going to play it then don’t buy it. Simple as that!