Today every company wants to explore virtual reality, and Taiwanese tech giant HTC is no exception in that case. This notion becomes quite clear from the fact that after launching its virtual reality app store called the Viveport in China in the beginning of this year, HTC has finally released it globally on Friday for all the VR enthusiasts. This clearly shows that HTC is working effectively when it comes to providing unique VR experiences to users.
With the worldwide release of Viveport, it now becomes easier for the users to purchase incredible VR applications at great discounts for HTC Vive headset.
In fact, with this launch HTC has made a commitment to sell a variety of titles in just $1 for the next two days starting September 30. The titles which come under this deal include Firebird – La Peri, which is an excellent virtual reality experience based on french artist Paul Dukas’ classical music as well as ballet.
Firebird – La Per, which allows users to play a role of a prince who struggles to capture the “flower of immortality” is actually a $10 VR experience, but under this deal users can get it in just $1.
Apart from Firebird – La Per, a virtual reality experience called Mars Odyssey can also be availed by users in only $1 till this exciting deal runs. If you talk about the actual price of Mars Odyssey, it’s worth $8, but if you get it within these two days it won’t cost you more than $1.
In addition to that, HTC is also offering VR experiences like Stonehenge VR, The Music Room Mini, and the Blu in only $1.
Viveport comes with a wide range of virtual reality compatible applications for different categories. And considering the fact that it effectively connects with HTC’s Vive Home VR hub, it eventually makes it possible for HTC Vive users to buy compatible applications. Though a lot like this was possible on Steam earlier, but Viveport is expected to provide much better experience to users.
In short, this newly launched VR app store by HTC can offer tremendously stunning experience to users as it not only contains games but also offers a range of creative apps, VR edutainment titles, and 360-degree virtual reality content.