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Fanatical Extreme VR Bundle


Take a step into stunning virtual worlds and enjoy a unique style of play with the Fanatical Extreme VR Bundle – featuring 11 VR Steam PC keys.

Experience intense and immersive new worlds with the Extreme VR Bundle – featuring 11 PC games across three available tiers.

Choose one of 3 tiers; the more you pay, the more Steam keys you get:

TIER 1: Pay $0.99 or more to get PROZE: Enlightenment and A-Tech Cybernetic VR

TIER 2: Pay $6.99 to also receive Sprint Vector, Gadgeteer, Moose Life, SculptrVR, Corrupted Hospital : Summoner Part1 and Silent Mansion : Summoner Part2

TIER 3: The final tier which costs $16.99 gets you all the games in the first 2 tiers plus Contractors VR, Zero Caliber VR and Operation Warcade VR

Buy the Fanatical Extreme VR Bundle here

All games come as redeemable Steam keys, directly supplied by the publishers to Fanatical. This bundle is available until June 27th 2021.


  1. A few too many bundle repeats (A-Tech, Sprint Vector, Zero Caliber) and budget titles (Summoner 1 + 2) to make this a must buy for me. Still tempted to get the second tier for Moose Life, Llamasoft always make great arcade games and it’s never been cheaper than the tier it sits in. Maybe Gadgeteer will provide a little The Incredible Machine style fun to make it worth it. Maybe.

    • I think I’ll skip this one. Surprisingly, I have a vr game backlog and I don’t need tons of new crap.

      • Yeah, I purchased tier 2 because with the 10% off code posted the other day I got Moose Life cheaper than I normally would, and was keen for it. But the other games… yikes. I tried 3 and every single one didn’t work properly with Touch controls despite advertising Oculus compatibility. I know you can re-map controls through SteamVR but I shouldn’t have to. And one refused to play any sound. About what I was expecting from this bundle, Fanatical can advertise “Positive Reviews” all it likes, but you can tell just by watching a few trailers there was some cheap garbage in this one.

    • Jeff Minter has been making games since I was a kid, and they’ve always been “out there” in terms of design and game play. Sadly, this newest iteration is beyond me. Too many flashy colours on screen, and I have no doubt in VR it would just make me feel ill. Such a pity, because sometimes it’s nice to support the “little guy”, especially ones that have been around as many decades as he has.

      • Ha, yeah, they’ve come a long way since I played Attack of the Mutant Camels on my C64. Polybius is one of the most intense experiences I’ve had in VR, I’m surprised it hasn’t given me a seizure. If I have one criticism of them these days it’s the electronic music, it’s just not my genre.


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