HTC Vive VR Games Latest News & Update: Nvidia Is Now Giving Away Three VR Games; Only Available After Buying Nvidia Products
Nvidia hardware manufacturer is giving away a collection of their three best virtual reality video game in one condition: the gamer must purchase the select graphic cards or laptops with HTC Vive headset to get the exciting freebies.
HTC Vive VR Games' "Raw Data", "Serious Sam VR", and "Sports Bar VR" are the latest freebies of Nvidia to attract more consumers. HTC Vive headset alongside with GeForce GTX 1080, 1070, or 1060 graphics costing $1,000 is now available at both Newegg and Microsoft Store. The price may be a little bit high but come to think of it, if you purchase this product, you will be able to get three VR games for free. When you get the coupon, you can easily redeem it on the Geforce site.
Nvidia's Bundle Of HTC Vive VR Games:
HTC Vive's "Raw Data" VR game is a sci-fi first-person shooter and supports both single and co-op play. It gained popularity in players and press for the action and ambiance that this game has. Not only that, "Raw Data" also uses a twin Vive controller setup to deliver the active VR combat wherein the users can perform several stunts.
Meanwhile, "Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope" was considered as Nvidia's most aggressive that was recently released in VR. This HTC Vive VR game was all about murdering everything with guns. And that's all, you will just have to kill, shoot enemies and you will win.
The last HTC Vive VR game of Nvidia's bundle of freebies, the "Sports Bar VR" or also known as "Pool Nation VR" on PC. From its title word, sports, you will be able to play several sports like billiards, air hockey, darts, chess and bar favorites. There is a multiplayer option so that you can have a bonding with your friends and families while playing. It is basically the light game among the three.
In addition, these three VR games will cost you $100 each. It was a great move for Nvidia company in doing this sale. The promo is valid until Jan. 31, 2017 in any participating retailers.