HTC has announced that the Viveport app store and Viveport Infinity subscriptions will be available on Windows Mixed Reality headsets from June 5. Microsoft said the move is good for consumers.
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HTC doesn't look ready to stop investing in virtual reality, and the Vive Pro is getting an upgrade in 2019 with the addition of eye tracking. An unlimited subscription to Viveport is also coming.
Black Friday is almost upon us, and if you're looking to get into virtual reality, HTC has a deal that might interest you - the VIve Pro headset will be at its lowest price ever, $699, this weekend.
Oculus Rift users will now be able to purchase games and apps from HTC's Viveport Store. This will give Oculus users access to more experiences that might not be available on its own platform.
Announced at CES this year, the Vive Pro will begin shipping in April. The original Vive's price has dropped a hundred bucks to $499 and will remain available to purchase for the foreseeable future.
HTC has announced that the Viveport Subscription program it launched last year will be getting a price increase in March. Existing customers will get to keep the original price until end of this year.
Starting later this week, HTC will be discounting its Viveport subscription service in celebration of Black Friday. The service offers subscribers access to more than 50 VR apps in total.
Just as the company promised last month, it has now launched its virtual reality app store, dubbed Viveport. This will give users access to all kinds of VR content, except games.
Having already launched in China, HTC has announced plans to roll out its own Viveport app store to the rest of the world, with the curious exception of virtual reality gaming content.