Believe it or not, the HTC Vive is already enjoying its second anniversary since launch. To celebrate the success of the VR headset, HTC is gifting three games through its Viveport platform.
Published by Vive Studios, the three titles include:
Brain-teaser Super Puzzle Galaxy Lite.
Retro-styled Arcade Saga.
You don't have to be an existing Viveport Subscription member to take advantage of the freebies, as anyone with the Viveport app installed should have no issues receiving the free games before the promotion ends April 8, 2018.
As an added bonus for those with a Viveport Subscription membership, HTC is also giving away Everest VR, an experience that lets you see what it's like to climb the highest mountain on Earth.
If you aren't yet part of Viveport's Subscription service, which offers a collection of free games much in the same vein as Netflix, signing up for a free trial before April 8, 20,18 will also net you the extra experience.
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