HTC is working hard to establish itself as a major player in the virtual reality market. Its Vive headset has been well received and now the company is working on improving the software offerings for its VR headset. The HTC Viveport VR App Store first went live in China earlier this year in April and now HTC has confirmed that the Viveport has gone live for all users across the globe.
HTC has been working with developers and content creators across the globe on a private beta of Viveport for a few months now. All of that work has now enabled the company to launch the Viveport for all users across the globe.
HTC Vive owners can visit the Viveport to download immersive experiences across multiple categories which will allow them to explore new worlds, create things, and experience stories in a way they have never experienced them before.
The company has introduced Viveport Premieres-titles as part of this release, these VR titles will be launched first on Viveport. They include Everest VR, Google Google Spotlight Stories’ Pearl, Lifeliqe, Stonehenge VR, The Music Room, an all-new edition of theBlu, and more.
To commemorate the launch, HTC Vive owners can download popular titles like theBlu, Mars Odyssey, The Music Room, and Firebird – La Peri, among others for just $1.