Bulk up your VR library with a new Humble Bundle

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Getting into VR on PC is an expensive endeavour for the most part, so thankfully a new Humble Bundle is serving up a collection of games at a discounted price.

Aside from a focus on VR games, what makes this bundle special is that three of the biggest and most talked about titles are included: Gorn, Superhot VR and Space Pirate Trainer. These three are pretty much essential if you’ve sprung for a headset and a PC to handle VR, so picking them up in one bundle is a great idea.

Our favourite of the lot is Gorn, the gladiatorial combat game from Broforce developers Free Lives. Now that may be national pride weighing in because Free Lives is a South African developer, but it’s a great game regardless and it (along with Space Pirate Trainer) are included in the middle “pay more than the average” tier.

That tier is uncharacteristically high for this bundle, coming in at under than a dollar less than the most expensive tier. What this tells us is that many people picking the bundle up are spending the full $15 (~R221.40) to unlock everything.

The default charity for this bundle is the NSW Wildlife Information Rescue and Education Service (WIRES), a wildlife rescue organisation from Australia. This is a particularly good initiative given the recent bushfires in the country, and the threat it represents to animals there.

Finally, it’s worth mentioning regional pricing here, which was just added to Humble Bundle recently. Six new currencies are now available to buy bundles on the site, including EUR, GBP, CAD, AUD, NZD, TRY, RUB and PHP.

The Humble VR Bundle: 

Pay $1 (~R14.76 ) or more

  • 10% off first month of Humble Choice
  • Cosmic Trip
  • Cosmic Trip Soundtrack
  • Smashbox Arena

Pay $14.01 (~R206.79) or more

  • Budget Cuts
  • Gorn
  • Gorn Soundtrack
  • Space Pirate Trainer
  • Space Pirate Trainer Soundtrack

Pay $15 (~R221.40) or more

  • Moss
  • Superhot VR
Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of htxt.africa.