EVE: Valkyrie (2016), one of many first games to launch on the Oculus Rift (and ultimately discovered its method to PSVR and the HTC Vive), is getting an enormous worth minimize.
Eve: Valkyrie is a sci-fi spaceship dogfighting sport that debuted on the Rift in 2016. Following that launch, developer CCP Video games has put out a variety of giant expansions rising the scope of the sport, and in addition introduced the title to PlayStation VR and the HTC Vive, with crossplay compatibility throughout all three headsets. Now, somewhat greater than a yr after the sport hit its first headset, it’s getting an enormous 33% worth minimize, bringing the value on all platforms down $40 completely, down from the unique $60 asking worth.
As a ‘seated’, controller-based sport, Valkyrie holds a fairly good score of three.9 on the Oculus retailer, and nearly the identical on the Ps Retailer. On Steam, the sport hasn’t been obtained as properly, holding a ‘Combined’ evaluate score, with only 62% of of users giving it a optimistic grade.
Valkyrie has been praised for its AAA visuals which have held up properly even a yr after the sport’s launch. As probably the most costly VR games on supply, the $60 worth level was some extent of rivalry, particularly on Steam, the place most of the user critiques reference the value, a stunning variety of which particularly advocate a $40 worth level.
Now at $40, and together with a yr’s worth of added content material, it’s actually a extra compelling bundle. It is going to be fascinating to see if the sport’s scores change over time in response to the value minimize.
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