With the advent of virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, the game developer community has taken to offering free game downloads for their game.
However, the free software and game download software has to be downloaded to the devices, and in some cases, the games aren’t even playable.
The latest version of the VirtualBox Extension Pack for Linux and macOS, for instance, comes with a free version of Unreal Engine 4, a game engine that has been designed specifically for VR.
The extension package includes the game Rocket League VR, a physics-based game that uses Unreal Engine to allow players to race around a stadium and collect the ball.
In this case, it’s called “Rocket League VR Free” and is available for download for free on Steam.
In a follow-up to the game, the package comes with another game called “Rocksmith 2017 Free” which is available as an additional paid version.
Both games come with full Oculus Rift support, which means that players can sit in front of a gamepad and play with a headset plugged in, and they can also have VR headset support in the background, allowing for the ability to play with VR headsets while the game is running in the foreground.
But what makes Rocket League and Rocksmith 2017 different is that they’re both free games, meaning you can play them in a way that isn’t dependent on paying for the content.
You can download the full version of Rocket League for free if you’re an Oculus Rift owner or a Steam user, but the developer has announced that the game can be downloaded as an optional download.
The developer has released a statement about the game download, explaining that it “is a free, fully featured VR game that is available to all Oculus Rift owners and Steam users”.
Rocket League is available on both Oculus Rift as well as Steam and is being developed by Psyonix.