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HTC's Viveport Subscription Gives VR Games Every Month

Why it matters to you

If you don’t want to buy a new VR game every month, you can regularly try out a few different ones for just a few dollars.

In line with similar promotions like Xbox’s with Gold and PlayStation Plus, announced its Vivport  which, for $7 a month, gives Vive owners access to several of their choice. The promotion will let users pick five apps from a selection of 50 and they can change them once a month.

One of the biggest drawbacks with reality  is that until you play them, it’s hard to know what they are like. 2D screenshots and trailers barely do traditional justice, let alone fully realized worlds. With that in mind, HTC is looking to make it easier to try out a number of titles through , its VR storefront.

Launching on Wednesday, a to the day after the original release of the HTC Vive reality headset, the will give VR access to content that they may not have otherwise paid for.

More: Our absolute favorite HTC Vive games

Although the precise lineup of titles available has yet to be announced, HTC hinted at a handful through its Viveport homepage. On the Viveport Subscription slider image, we can see games and experiences like Stonehenge VR, Lumen, Arcade Artist, Mars Odyssey, Russian Coasters VR, Richie’s Plank Experience, and more.

We’re told that there will be 50 games to choose from, with the selection changing month to month and including everything from short VR experiences, to -blown games. The idea will be to give people a chance to demo the odd game before buying, or hang on to favorites for a few months instead of having to pay for everything.

Every HTC Vive owner will be given a free month trial of the subscription service, as well as a free copy of Arcade Saga. However, from then on, each month will cost users $7 to remain part of the subscription service. Forbes reports that HTC believes as many as half of all Vive owners will join up, which with an estimated 500,000 headset owners out in the wild, would represent a nice little revenue stream for HTC.

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