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Save up to 75% in the Humble Store's VR Sale

Doom, Fallout, Batman and more!

With Half-Life: Alyx's release date now officially confirmed by Valve as 23rd March, it's a good time to be getting hold of a VR headset.

While that's potentially a huge investment for just one game, it's also an opportunity to get hold of the many other VR experiences already available. Just as well that there's currently a VR sale over on The Humble Store.

Being the most supportive of the technology, Bethesda arguably has the biggest showing here, with 50 per cent discounts on the following:

  • Doom VFR for £9.99
  • Fallout 4 VR for £19.99
  • The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim VR for £19.99
  • Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot (International Version) for £7.49

Just as popular are well-known licences using VR to fully immerse you in their worlds. So you could step in the ring in Creed: Rise to Glory (50 per cent off), face demonic threats in episodic scarefest The Exorcist: Legion VR (20 per cent off for the complete series), become the Batman in Arkham VR (50 per cent off) or live the Trekkie dream onboard the USS Aegis working together with other crew members in Star Trek: Bridge Crew (50 per cent off)

Discounts go up to 75 per cent off, though my personal pick for the biggest bargain is rhythm action (or as the developer prefers to call it 'rhythm violence') title Thumper for £3.99. Incidentally, you don't even need a headset to play this, but it's well worth playing this way for the most intense experience as you hurtle down a punishing sonic hellscape.

For more on the latest deals, why not give Jelly Deals a follow. Right now, you can check out the latest Amazon Devices sale, the best pre-order prices for Animal Crossing: New Horizons or the best pre-order prices for The Last of Us Part 2.

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Alan is a freelance writer and critic with an unabashed love of Japanese games and RPGs, despite having less time for them. He will also find any excuse to get all blue skies about Sega.

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