August 29, 2019 – Viveport has today announced that its Viveport Infinity unlimited virtual reality subscription service has officially started supporting Valve Index headsets, making the service now compatible with all major consumer PC VR devices. Valve Index owners are now able to redeem two free months of Viveport Infinity. Starting September 1 through the end of the month, new and existing Viveport Infinity members who own a Valve Index can redeem their two free months to take advantage of all membership perks and benefits, such as purchase discounts and access to premium Viveport Video content.
With a Viveport Infinity membership, Valve Index owners can save money on the purchase of VR games, apps and videos. The subscription service costs USD $12.99 a month, or works out at USD $8.99 a month with a prepaid annual subscription. Valve Index members will gain access to hundreds of VR titles including Ninja Legends, A Fisherman’s Tale, Apex Construct, Fujii, Gun Club, Angry Birds VR and I Expect You To Die. New titles are added every month, ensuring Viveport Infinity members always have new content to explore.
“We’re giving VR enthusiasts access to much more top-rated VR games and apps than ever before for a low monthly price,” said Rikard Steiber, President of Viveport. “In just one year, we’ve made great strides in our mission to become a hardware agnostic platform, opening up our service to VIVE, Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality and now Valve Index devices.”
All Valve Index owners who either have an existing Viveport Infinity membership or sign up for a new Viveport Infinity membership throughout the month of September will automatically receive two free months of the unrestricted gaming service. These members will be able to take advantage of all Viveport Infinity membership benefits during the promotional period, including monthly coupons, free title giveaways and premium content on Viveport Video.
More information on how to redeem the offer can be found here.
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