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Fanatical: Best of Elite VR Game Bundle (PC Digital): 7 for $10, 5 for $8 or

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Fanatical offers their Best of Elite VR Steam Game Bundle (PC Digital Download) on sale starting at $3 for $4.99.

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  • Note: Steam account / application required to redeem / play these titles (free to join).
Available Pricing Options:
  • 3 for $4.99
  • 5 for $7.99
  • 7 for $9..99
  • 10 for $13.99
Eligible Titles (27 total to choose from):
  • The Walking Dead Onslaught
  • Torn
  • Raw Data
  • Operation Warcade VR
  • Paper Beast
  • Touring Karts
  • House Flipper VR
  • Kittypocalypse
  • Star Shelter
  • Dick Wilde
  • Electronauts - VR Music
  • Gadgeteer
  • Ultrawings
  • Final Soccer VR
  • Dick Wilde 2
  • Conductor
  • Detached
  • Sprint Vector
  • Battlewake
  • Abode
  • Journey For Elysium
  • Craft Keep VR
  • Antiprism
  • Buzludzha VR
  • Abode 2
  • Telefrag VR
  • A-Tech Cybernetic VR

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  • About this deal:
    • Offer valid for a limited time.
  • About this product:
    • Fanatical: "Dive into a world of incredible savings with the Best of Elite VR. We've brought together your favorite games from our previous Elite VR collections into one unmissable line-up.
    • Shoot, slash and scrub your way through top games such as House Flipper VR, Ultrawings, The Walking Dead Onslaught, Operation Warcade VR and many more.
    • Grab your headset and immerse yourself in some extreme VR adventures. Choose from a great selection of fantastic Steam VR games in this collection, only available on Fanatical."
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3 Steam VR Games @ 4.99
5 Steam VR @ 7.99
7 Steam VR @ 9.99
10 Steam VR @ 13.99

All games activate on Steam. To play Steam Games on Meta Quest 2, you must have a VR-ready PC with Steam installed, and you must connect your headset to the PC via oculus link cable or wirelessly via Air Link setting or the Virtual Desktop app.
  1. The Walking Dead Onslaught
  2. Torn
  3. Raw Data
  4. Operation Warcade VR - 95% Positive on Steam
  5. Paper Beast - 97% Positive on Steam
  6. Touring Karts
  7. House Flipper VR
  8. Kittypocalypse
  9. Star Shelter
  10. Dick Wilde - 95% Positive on Steam
  11. Electronauts - VR Music - 92% Positive on Steam
  12. Gadgeteer - 98% Positive on Steam
  13. Ultrawings
  14. Final Soccer VR
  15. Dick Wilde 2
  16. Conductor - 94% Positive on Steam
  17. Detached
  18. Sprint Vector
  19. Battlewake
  20. Abode - 92% Positive on Steam
  21. Journey For Elysium
  22. Craft Keep VR
  23. Antiprism
  24. Buzludzha VR - 93% Positive on Steam
  25. Abode 2
  26. Telefrag VR
  27. A-Tech Cybernetic VR


https://www.fanatical.com/en/pick...own-bundle
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Pickle asked this question on 05-26-2022 at 04:37 PM
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Just get a long usb c cable and connect it to your PC it's very easy to play steam games on quest. If you have good internet you can just use the air connect thing
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Just get a long usb c cable and connect it to your PC it's very easy to play steam games on quest. If you have good internet you can just use the air connect thing
You don't need good internet, just a good router. I use a cheap WIFI 6 router in the same room that my computer/quest play space is. It works great with airlink.I try to keep my Quest as the only device connected on the 5ghz.
AirLink really has serious issues. I spent endless time troubleshooting it on my setup - I eliminated every single possible variable but Airlink. I got Virtual Desktop, and it worked flawlessly. Highly suggest you give VD a try. Easily worth the $20 for me - wish I had gone to it straight away.

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Some repeats from previous bundles. So check to see if you own any already. Good deal. Thanks. Smilie
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There were several games on my wishlist - definitely a great deal. In fact, I'm having a hard time keeping my selections limited to 10.
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How difficult is it to play these games on a oculus quest 2?
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How difficult is it to play these games on a oculus quest 2?
Just get a long usb c cable and connect it to your PC it's very easy to play steam games on quest. If you have good internet you can just use the air connect thing
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Just get a long usb c cable and connect it to your PC it's very easy to play steam games on quest. If you have good internet you can just use the air connect thing
I recommend having your PC connected to your router via ethernet cable. Despite my Wi-Fi 6e router and Wi-Fi card on my PC, I still get hiccups when trying Air Link. Even Wi-Fi direct gave me trouble.
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Quote from lnhrt23 :
Just get a long usb c cable and connect it to your PC it's very easy to play steam games on quest. If you have good internet you can just use the air connect thing
You don't need good internet, just a good router. I use a cheap WIFI 6 router in the same room that my computer/quest play space is. It works great with airlink.I try to keep my Quest as the only device connected on the 5ghz.
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I recommend having your PC connected to your router via ethernet cable. Despite my Wi-Fi 6e router and card on my PC, I still get hiccups when trying Air Link.
AirLink really has serious issues. I spent endless time troubleshooting it on my setup - I eliminated every single possible variable but Airlink. I got Virtual Desktop, and it worked flawlessly. Highly suggest you give VD a try. Easily worth the $20 for me - wish I had gone to it straight away.
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Which games aren't available on Quest natively?

I'd personally rather play most games on the quest natively if I can versus streaming, but if some games are only available on PC I might take advantage of the deal.
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You don't need good internet, just a good router. I use a cheap WIFI 6 router in the same room that my computer/quest play space is. It works great with airlink.I try to keep my Quest as the only device connected on the 5ghz.
You don't even need a WiFi 6 router - just get a dedicated AP, separate 5Ghz band than your main router, and make sure it's hardwired to your main router (and your gaming PC is hardwired to the network). Heck, even the Hotspot option on my gaming PC worked just fine, with my PC hardwired to the network, just as long as it's nearby.
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Which games aren't available on Quest natively?

I'd personally rather play most games on the quest natively if I can versus streaming, but if some games are only available on PC I might take advantage of the deal.
You'll never see these games anywhere near this cheap for native Oculus purchase. I even bought two of some, on separate purchases, because we have two Quests (and two gaming PCs) and want to play multiplayer - and even two copies at this price is a small fraction of Oculus native prices. The one upside to Oculus native games is you can do app sharing with another headset (typically in the same household - if you value your facebook privacy, account access) - that makes it somewhat cheaper for multiplayer games.
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Considering that you can play Elite on VR rather an odd title.
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I picked up:

Raw Data (x2)
Operation Warcade
Paper Beast (includes non-VR version too)
Touring Karts (x2)
Kittypocalypse
Star Shelter
Dick Wilde (this has remote play together, so I only got one copy)
Electronauts
Gadgeteer
Ultrawings (includes non-VR version too)
Final Soccer VR
Sprint Vector (x2)

I looked at all the reviews. Interested in what others got, if I missed any gems. Raw Data, Paper Beast, and Sprint Vector were on my wishlist (and are quite popular), so no-brainer there. Pretty dang good deal for $22 total.
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Bought the 20 games I don't have. Can't beat the price even if I only play someone of them once.
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