Since launching Samsung Gear VR in 2015, NextVR has produced immersive sports content for the National Hockey League (NHL), National Football League (NFL), and the National Basketball Association (NBA), as well as many more. . . Since those early days, the company has significantly expanded its operations, announcing this weekend that its VR app is now available through Steam.
Via Steam, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality (WMR) users can now download the app for free – it was available on Oculus Store and Viveport – reaching a much larger audience than their respective stores.
âNextVR is committed to engaging the largest possible audience to experience our content in virtual reality,â said David Cole, CEO of NextVR. âSteam is an extremely important platform for reaching active VR users. We are excited to bring our unprecedented sports and live entertainment experiences to Steam’s vibrant user base.
NextVR uses its own in-house technology to deliver 360-degree recorded or live streamed content, giving you free access to live preview NBA League Pass games, as well as reruns, highlights and games. ‘other features on demand. Or take to the ice for the best NHL hockey moments, step into the ring for WWE and boxing matches, or find yourself in the front row for concerts and comedy shows. You can also explore haunted places with Paranormal Evidence Investigations.
This year, NextVR has partnered with Central Station Records (CSR), giving fans the chance to see their favorite electronic music artists as well as on-demand virtual reality experiences featuring acclaimed Australian DJ Brooke Evers, the Killer Hertz musical group and VIP access to Tokyo’s best nightclubs.
The NextVR app is free to download for the following platforms: Oculus Go, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, HTC Vive Pro, HTC Vive Focus, HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality, Pimax, Samsung Gear VR and Google Daydream. For the latest NextVR updates, keep reading VRFocus.