EVE: Valkyrie gets permanent price cut, can be yours for $40 (was $60)

Looking for a new VR game to play? If the answer is yes, you might want to check out EVE: Valkyrie, which just received a substantial — and permanent — price cut. Usually available for $60, you can now get your hands on it for $20 less — $40.

EVE: Valkyrie was actually one of the first games to launch on the Oculus Rift. It eventually also made its way to both the PlayStation VR as well as HTC Vive. It was developed by CCP Games and is basically a sci-fi spaceship dogfighting game.

In EVE: Valkyrie, you take on the role of an elite space fighter pilot who has recently become immortal. Your job is to battle rival pirate factions for wealth, supremacy, and notoriety. The game features cross-play compatibility across all three headsets and has been praised for its AAA visuals. You can learn more about it in the short video below.

If you’re interested in getting EVE: Valkyrie, head over to the developer’s website via the button below. There’s no rush, as this is a permanent price cut, so the price won’t go back to the original $60.

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