HTC Announces Success of Viveport Subscriptions before CES 2018
Along with updates to Viveport VR and Vive Video user interface.
At a press event yesterday, prior to today’s opening of the Consumer Electronics Show, HTC announced the success of its Viveport subscription service, Vive, noting that users are now downloading more VR titles via subscription than paid download, reports Variety. The company launched Vive in April 2017, offering room-scale virtual reality games and experiences for $6.99 a month, following a one-month free trial. Subscribers could download up to five titles each month, including TheBlue, Everest VR, Mars Odyssey, Apollo 11 VR, Hindenburg VR, and more.
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