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Oculus has discounted VR games and experiences for Cyber Monday

Deals on standalone games and bundles

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Oculus is hosting a big sale on virtual reality games and experiences for Cyber Monday. There are plenty of standalone deals if you just want one or two titles, but Oculus has also curated several bundles, each one on a different theme. Those will help you save the most money, and Oculus will dock the cost if you already own one of the titles. What’s more, you can gift titles to other people from the Oculus store, too. You’ll just need their email address when checking out.

According to Oculus, all of the games in the bundles below will work with Quest standalone headsets. Be aware, though, that only some of them support cross-buy, meaning one purchase will work both as a standalone app on Quest and when wired to your PC via Oculus Link. All others are exclusive to the platform you purchase them on, meaning you’ll need to buy a second copy to play both via wire (either Oculus Link or Rift) and through a standalone headset like the Quest. To avoid confusion, I’ve labeled which support cross-buy.

To see the full list of games and experiences on sale, you can visit the Cyber Monday landing page over at the Oculus store. But if you just want the bundle details, you’ll find those below.

First, there’s the “Essentials Pack,” containing Job Simulator, Trover Saves the Universe, Waltz of the Wizard: Extended Edition, Gun Club VR (supports cross-buy), Please, Don’t Touch Anything (supports cross-buy), and Death Horizon: Reloaded (supports cross-buy). Normally, all of these titles would cost $110 purchased separately, but this pack costs only $80. It will last until Tuesday, December 1st at 2:59AM ET.

There’s also an “Epic Pack,” which costs $45. It contains Eleven Table Tennis (supports cross-buy), The Thrill of the Fight (supports cross-buy), Richie’s Plank Experience (supports cross-buy), and Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes. All of these titles together would normally cost $60. This pack will also last until Tuesday, December 1st at 2:59AM ET.

You can get the complete collection of Star Wars Vader Immortal episodes bundled together for $20. Each episode usually costs $10, so you’re saving 33 percent. This pack will last until Tuesday, December 1st at 2:59AM ET.