Best Must-Have Skyrim VR Mods To Make Tamriel Even More Immersive

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (PC review / PSVR review) is one of the most expansive video games out there with nearly endless amounts of content. However, it’s not the most immersive from a VR port perspective. Thankfully, the PC modding community is here to fix that.

Skyrim VR Mods: Before We Get Started

Skyrim VR is the type of game that will continue to evolve for years and years to come. The original version of Skyrim first hit PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 nearly 10 years ago and it’s still getting new mods to this day on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Unfortunately, Skyrim VR only has mods for the PC version—not PSVR.

When looking up mods for Skyrim VR on PC there is one important thing to keep in mind: The VR version of Skyrim is based on the Skyrim Special Edition iteration of the game, otherwise known as SSE, and not the original legacy version of Skyrim on PC. Almost all of the Skyrim Special Edition mods will work on Skyrim VR without any trickery needed — you can usually just use them just like you’re playing outside of VR — which is great.

If you’re interested in further expanding your modding and finding even more mods to try out, I highly recommend subscribing to the Skyrim VR subreddit and checking out the Lightweight Lazy List for even more mods and tweaks. There are countless guides, lists, and more on there to check out and people are always releasing new mods and discussing the latest mods they’ve tried.

For my list below, I’ve collected the mods into a handful of subcategories to organize things. First are the required tools and plugins that you need before you can even use most of the other mods on this list. Then we’ve mods I’ve classified as “essential” if you want to get the most out of Skyrim VR, followed by graphics mods, immersion mods, gameplay mods, and “other” mods such as followers and quests.

Preferences, Mod Manager, and Load Order

When it comes to the graphics mods specifically, keep in mind that everyone has different visual preferences so what I list here may not apply to you. Maybe you really love the Vanilla weather effects (if you’re unaware vanilla = unmodded) or maybe you want three different tree mods. That’s up to you, so treat this modding list as a starting point only.

You should also use a Mod Manager to streamline things more. I recommend either Mod Organizer 2 if you’re extremely new to this or Vortex, which is directly connected to Nexus Mods so it’s pretty straightforward as well.

And in regards to Load Order, generally speaking you want to make sure your mods are arranged in order of most general to most specific because if a mod loads later in the list it will overwrite whatever loaded before it if they cover similar areas. For example, if you have a mod that changes all textures in the game and then a specific mod to make the road signs a particular texture, you’d put the road sign mod after the general texture mod. And sometimes there are patches that make mods compatible with each other when they conflict—in those cases make sure patches are loaded after both of the other mods.

For more information on load order, you can read this guide.

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Required Tools and Plugins for Skyrim VR Mods

SKSEVR | Nexus Mods Page

This is a script extender which means it’s a mod that unlocks more modding potential for other mods to use. Many of the best mods require you have this one installed already.

SkyUI VR | Github Page

This is technically a UI replacement mod that just makes things a lot better and easer to navigate and the VR version is specifically enhanced for VR. Also, plenty of other mods require this one.


Essential Skyrim VR Mods For Everyone

VRIK | Nexus Mods Page | Tutorial Video

This is the big one. Skyrim VR does not natively have a full-body for your player character while you’re playing. This means you just have two floating hands and if you look down you don’t see anything at all. VRIK fixes that with a full body to look at. In addition, it also includes weapon holstering on your body itself as well as gesture-based spellcasting and equipping gear and spells. All of this is powered by inverse kinematics. Requires SKSEVR and SkyUI.


HIGGS VR | Nexus Mods Page | Installation Video

Combined with VRIK, HIGGS VR truly transforms Skyrim VR into something that almost feels like it was natively made for VR. This mods adds hand collisions, object grabbing so you can just pick up and use items instead of having to navigate to your inventory menu first, and even gravity gloves like in Half-Life: Alyx for picking up things. Requires SKSEVR and SkyUI.

VR FPS Stabilizer | Nexus Mods Page

Regardless of how beefy your PC is Skyrim VR is a taxing game and the more mods you install the higher the demand goes for your system. This mods won’t solve every issue, but it does help maintain a high framerate and help avoid reprojections and FPS spikes. Definite must-have for everyone. Requires SKSEVR.

Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition Patch | Nexus Mods Page

This fixes a bunch of bugs that Bethesda never got around to fixing and it applies to the VR edition as well.


Best Immersion Skyrim VR Mods

True 3D Sound | Nexus Mods Page

It’s bizarre that you need to mod this in, but here we are. This mod makes sure that sounds actually come from the proper direction in 3D space when you’re in VR. It makes a huge difference for immersion.

Be Seated VR | Nexus Mods Page

This mod is simple: it lets you sit down and use beds in more places. It’s a pretty nice immersion bonus to actually feel like you’re part of the world more.

Realistic Mining | Nexus Mods Page

This lets you mine rocks by actually swinging your pickaxe.

Natural Locomotion | Steam Page

This isn’t actually a mod, but it’s a plugin that lets you control your character’s movement in VR by moving in real-life. So you can swing your arms or use trackers on your feet to move around instead of the analog stick. Combined with a treadmill or even just jogging in place, it can really feel more immersive that way. It’s the next best thing besides a VR treadmill like the Kat Walk.

Dragonborn Speaks Naturally | Nexus Mods Page

This lets you use your voice to actually read out dialogue options over your mic rather than selecting with the controllers. It’s a bit complicated to setup, but worth it.

SkyVoice Reloaded VR | Nexus Mods Page

You know how in Skyrim your character “shouts” dragon words to do special abilities? Well, this lets you actually say them out loud to activate the powers. It’s a huge immersion benefit.

Best Graphics Skyrim VR Mods

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Onyx VR Weathers | Nexus Mods Page

I almost included this one under essentials because of how great and transformative it feels. This is a very lightweight mod that is specifically made for VR to totally revamp the weather and sky to make it all look and feel far, far better.

Noble Skyrim | Nexus Mods Page

This is a massive texture overhaul that improves all of the architecture and some landscapes.

MystiriousDawn’s HD Skyrim Overhaul | Nexus Mods Page

This is the best HD texture overhaul I’ve seen for landscapes that doesn’t massively tank performance at all and works great in VR.

Static Mesh Improvement Mod (SMIM) | Nexus Mods Page

Ever notice how all of the various meshes on random clutter objects look very low-res in Skyrim VR? This fixes that for thousands of objects.

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Realistic Water Two | Nexus Mods Page

Makes water much prettier. That’s about it, but is a pretty big deal since you see water so often in this game.

SkyVRaan | Nexus Mods Page

This mod emulates water reflections and makes all bodies of water look a lot better. It’s directly compatible with the aforementioned mods, Onyx VR Weathers and Realistic Water Two.

Enhanced Vanilla Trees | Nexus Mods Page

Trees in the base game look like garbage but most mods totally redo them or replace them. This mod keeps the same style, just makes them look better.

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Ethereal Clouds | Nexus Mods Page

Clouds are prettier. Really looks nice—especially at night—and works with Onyx.

Ethereal Cosmos | Nexus Mods Page

More detail and nuance for space, stars, and constellations at night time. Combined with Ethereal Clouds it really transforms the mood at nighttime in Tamriel.

ELFX | Nexus Mods Page

Complete lighting system overhaul. This makes a massive difference for interior locations and night time visuals.

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Total Character Makeover | Nexus Mods Page

This overhauls the textures for characters in the game to generally improve the look of everyone across the board.

ENB + CAS Sharpener | Installation Instructions

This combination will give Skyrim VR a fresh look that is much more vibrant and sharpens the visuals to get rid of the rampant jagged lines you usually see in Vanilla.


Best Gameplay Skyrim VR Mods

Smilodon | Nexus Mods Page

This is a big combat overhaul mod. It changes and adds so much you should just read the Nexus page for more details but I highly recommend it, especially for melee characters.

Location Damage VR | Nexus Mods Page

With this mod, you’ll do different amounts of damage based on which body part you hit on an enemy with your arrows and spells. This sounds minor, but Location Damage VR really improves combat a lot in terms of immersion and realism.

MageVR | Nexus Mods Page

This adds more VR-focused interactions and movements to access and navigate menus. As a mage in Vanilla Skyrim VR you spend a ton of time in menus, so this mod changes that. This is basically essential if you plan on playing a mage or using magic, at all, in any way.

MArc | Nexus Mods Page

This adds arcane archery to the game that more effectively lets you combine magic and archery into one character with things like elemental arrows and archery skills based on various schools of magic.

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Best Other Skyrim VR Mods

This list of other mods is entirely based on my own personal preferences, so there is a high chance that you may not even like these things—and that’s okay. Take these recommendations with a grain of salt, if you will.

I’ve played through the opening in Skyrim so many times I can’t really stand it anymore, to be honest, so I always use the Alternate Start mod now for something different. Immersive Citizens is a great mod as well to add more behavior variation to NPCs. For some great follower companion mods, I absolutely love both Inigo and Sofia, who are fully-voiced, and this mod which fleshes out Serana even more from the base game.

To add in new content via Skyrim VR mods like quests and expansions, it’s hard to not recommend Legacy of the Dragonborn, which feels like a proper DLC for the game more than a fan-made mod. I’ve also got a soft spot for Helgen Reborn, which lets you rebuild the city of Helgen after Alduin attacks during the intro, The Forgotten City questline which won a Writer’s Guild award for its script, and of course the excellent Moonpath to Elsweyr, which lets you visit the border of Elsweyr, the home of the Khajiit people.

Ultimately, there is no such thing as a complete list of all recommended Skyrim VR mods because everyone’s needs and wants are different—not to mention more new mods are released all the time. Just look over the list of most popular all-time Skyrim mods for more ideas.

Did we miss any of your favorite Skyrim VR mods? Let us know your other recommendations down in the comments below!

Puzzle Bobble VR: Vacation Odyssey Revealed From Survios And Taito

Puzzle Bobble VR: Vacation Odyssey from Survios and Taito brings the iconic bubble popping series to VR for the first time next month on May 20. It’ll release for both Oculus Quest and Quest 2.

Puzzle Bobble VR

This new entry in the long-running puzzle game series celebrates the 35th anniversary of the franchise with an all-new entry that takes place entirely from a first-person perspective. Puzzle Bobble VR will feature 100 levels for you to aim, match, and burst bubbles. We’ve seen other big puzzle games make the leap to VR with great results, like Angry Birds VR or Fruit Ninja VR, so we’ll keep our fingers crossed for similar success this time around.

Puzzle Bobble VR will feature a Story Mode with the 100 aforementioned levels that each contain 3-star ratings at the end, an Infinite Mode to try and get the highest score possible against never-ending waves, and an Online Duel Mode to pit your skills against an opponent in a 1v1 battle.

“We are excited to bring Puzzle Bobble to virtual reality through our partnership with Survios in Puzzle Bobble VR: Vacation Odyssey,” said Tetsu Yamada, President of TAITO Corp. “VR allows us to deliver a new approach to bubble-popping, allowing long-time fans and new players to experience Puzzle Bobble like never before and just in time for Bubble Bobble’s 35th anniversary.”

Puzzle Bobble VR: Vacation Odyssey is slated for release on Oculus Quest and Quest 2 next month on May 20. Wsihlist the game on the Quest Store now if you’d like. Find out more about the game over on the official website.

Let us know what you think of how the game looks so far down in the comments below!

Co-Op Horror Shooter GTFO Gets Full Native PC VR Mod With Motion Controller Support

This week a new mod released for indie co-op horror shooter GTFO from 10 Chambers. The mod features full native VR support including motion controllers and cross-play with non-VR. Check it out in the trailer below:


In the trailer we can see everything from motion-controlled melee weapons, free aiming guns with laser sights and flashlights, impressive lighting and fog, and lots of truly gruesome blood and gore. GTFO is the kind of game you really need a full group of people to get the most out of it, similar to Phasmophobia, except with a lot more guns and violence.

This mod is certainly an unexpected but welcome surprise since the dark and creepy atmosphere in the game is such a perfect fit for VR. Once the monsters show up things get crazy fast and I can only imagine how frantic things would feel inside a VR headset if the game already makes me sweat outside of VR.

GTFO is in Early Access still on Steam for $35 with a ‘Very Positive’ review average after nearly 18,000 user reviews. I’ve played it in non-VR and can confirm that it’s extremely tense, terrifying, and very fun with friends—but it’s also extremely difficult and requires real coordination to succeed.

For more details on the mod and the community behind it, check out the Discord server. You can download the mod itself over on github. If you decide to give it a try let us know what you think in our own Discord or down in the comments below!

h/t: Thanks to Brian Tate for sending a tip to!

Humble ‘Spring Into VR’ Bundle Includes Up To 8 VR Games For Just $15

Pick your price and donate what you want to the Humble ‘Spring into VR’ Bundle and get 8 PC VR games including Borderlands 2 VR and Sairento if you commit at least $15. The deal is available for two weeks, until March 21.

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Humble Bundle: Spring into VR

Humble Bundle is a charity-based bundle website in which you choose to donate however much you want. If you donate at least $1 then you get Detached, pay at least $14.67 to also get Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality, Swords of Gurrah, and Espire 1: VR Operative, and if you pay at least $15 you also get Job Simulator, Sairento VR, and Borderlands 2 VR. That’s over $160 worth of PC VR games.

This is only the second PC VR-focused Humble Bundle and it’s a really solid collection of classics that all headset users should consider having in their library. The $15 price tag is a great deal for any one of the top tier games on offer here, so getting all eight really is a good bargain.

Just like all of the bundles, you get to choose where your money goes by splitting it up between the game publishers, the Stop AAPI Hate charity (or a different one of your choosing), and Humble itself as a company. You can divide your contribution up however you see fit, including all of it to just one source if you want.

When you buy a Humble Bundle you’re given a Steam key for each of the included games. If you get a key for a game you already have, you could give it away or give it over to a friend.

Find out more about this Bundle on the official page.

Wanderer Is A Time-Traveling PSVR Adventure Thriller, New Trailer Here

Wanderer is a time-traveling PSVR adventure thriller game in development by Oddboy, a New Zealand-based indie game studio. There’s no release date just yet, but it’s looking very promising.

Wanderer – PSVR Adventure Thriller

We first caught wind of the new trailer during the PSVR Without Parole ‘April Is PSVR AF’ showcase. Wanderer seems to be a very mysterious adventure VR game in which you have the power to travel through time and space. From screenshots and footage I’ve seen rundown apocalyptic settings, the surface of the moon, futuristic steampunk warehouses, and everything in between. On the website, the tagline is “the past changes a little every time we retell it,” which poses some very intriguing narrative questions.

In the footage you can see plenty of characters the player interacts with from various time periods, what looks like some Escape Room-style puzzles, and plenty of quirky time-jumping between various settings and time periods. Hopefully constantly switching between eras and locations helps keep things fresh and exciting.

The over 3-minute long trailer above features lots of gameplay to give you a good look at what actually playing the game might be like. For more insight into the flow of Wanderer, you can check out the Twitter feed where you’ll find lots of other short clips and GIFs.

For more on Wanderer, check out the game’s official website, Twitter, and Discord server. The website itself isn’t actually live yet, nor is the game’s YouTube channel. Let us know what you think about Wanderer down in the comments below!

RUNNER Is An Anime-Inspired Motorcycle Action VR Game Coming To Quest, PC VR, And PSVR 2

RUNNER is a newly announced 80s anime-inspired motorcycle action game with first-person VR driving gameplay from Truant Pixel, the developers behind 2MD VR Football, it’s slated to release on PSVR 2 for PS5, PC VR, and Quest.


The visual aesthetic, especially in that reveal trailer embedded above, is very clearly and heavily influenced by 1980s era anime like Akira, Ghost in the Shell, Macross, and even classic films like Blade Runner. The city shown in the footage is dark and dystopian in a anime-Cyberpunk sort of way that was extremely popular in that era of Japanese animation. It also features a synthwave soundtrack that sounds especially excellent based on the music in the teaser—I am 100% down for the image they’re trying to sell right now.

Obviously the in-game visuals don’t look exactly like an 80s-anime, though. The art style is still very cel-shaded and evocative, but it seems noticeably brighter. It looks like the game takes place while you ride down long stretches of highway on your motorcycle while fighting off bad guys. I want to once again stress the clear Akira influences here, all the way down to the notably red motorcycle, accented by big, round Tron-style wheels.

Here’s the description according to the developer:

“RUNNER is an arcade-inspired VR driving action game. Players take on the role of Mina, a rogue mod-courier at the center of a massive city-wide pursuit. Beginning in the heart of Presidium, the neon-drenched capitol of the mining colony moon N-351, Mina’s only means of escape is the “Thoroughfare,” a massive highspeed expressway that snakes through the entirety sprawling colony complex.

Pursued by the forces of the Caldera corporation, Mina must race through 7 sectors while fighting off relentless waves of autonomous corporate combat drones. Using only their wits, their cybernetics, and a unique array of special abilities, the player will become the runner in this fast-paced, kinetic VR experience.”

Keep an eye on Truant Pixel over on Twitter and the game’s official Twitter for more details. RUNNER should be coming to PSVR 2 on PS5, PC VR, and “mobile VR” which we assume means Quest.

Warhammer 40K: Battle Sister Gets A Solo Horde Mode In New Update

Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister just got a brand new update that adds a wave-based survival “solo horde mode” called Last Bastion. Co-op for this mode is still in development.

Warhammer 40K: Battle Sister—Last Bastion Solo

According to the update post from developer Pixel Toys, this is part one of the horde updates to the game. Last Bastion Solo is what’s releasing now, with a co-op version that will also introduce a new map to come later on. The new mode is available directly from the main menu.

The goal of the new game mode is to reach the final wave and survive for as long as possible as a heroic last stand. Every kill you get earns coins which can be spent back at the central requisition terminal for better weapons and more ammo. There is also a ranked progression system and leaderboards for high scores.

Here’s what the update post says about the mode:

“Hold out in the Last Bastion, an encampment in the war-torn world of Warhammer 40k, you are surrounded, and cornered on all sides by the ravening hordes of Chaos who throw ever greater forces against you and your team of embattled heroes.

The aim is simple, to survive over a series of waves and rounds, attempting to reach higher levels and ranks, unlocking weapons and competing in global and friends leaderboards for high scores and achievements – Will you survive and claim glory for the Emperor?”

Other patch notes for this update include game balancing tweaks to make it overall a bit easier with players getting a 20% bump to health and decreased delay before health regeneration kicks in. It also regenerates more quickly now as well.

Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister is available now on Oculus Quest for $30. For more on the game, check out our Warhammer 40K: Battle Sister review and stay tuned to UploadVR.

Solaris: Offworld Combat Gets PSVR Physical Launch In June, Planned Digital Release In May

Solaris: Offworld Combat is coming to PSVR this June with a physical release from Perp Games. According to a First Contact Entertainment representative, the digital version is planned to release a month earlier in May.

Perp Games 👾🎮 on Twitter: “We’re not finished just yet. Solaris Offworld Combat is the next game to be getting a physical box release. Coming in June to global markets! Will you be buying it?” / Twitter

Solaris: Offworld Combat on PSVR

Originally, Solaris was coming to PSVR late last year around the same time as the Quest and PC VR version of the game but got delayed. Now, it’s slated for release in just a couple of months.

The latest VR shooter from First Contact Entertainment (creators of Firewall Zero Hour) is a sci-fi competitive VR shooter that feels a bit like Quake in VR due to its speed and intense arena levels. It’s a very breezy, fast-paced game that’s accessible and easy to quickly jump in and out of. The closest comparison is probably Hyper Dash.

Soalris is a notable release because other than Firewall Zero Hour, there really haven’t been many options for shooter fans on PSVR. Alvo is coming soon too, but the headset is on its last legs at this point.

The PS Aim Controller continues to be one of the best things about the PSVR platform, so I’m all for seeing more games support it, but it’s a shame games like this didn’t hit PSVR earlier in its life cycle. Hopefully PSVR 2 on PS5 is backwards compatible and it can give late-life cycle games like this one new life when it releases.

Solaris is coming to PSVR very soon with a planned digital release in May and physical release from Perp Games in June. For more on this game make sure and read our Solaris: Offworld Combat review and stay tuned for all the latest in VR.

Pavlov Shack Beta Is Out Now For Free On Oculus App Lab For Quest

Pavlov Shack Beta, the free standalone Quest version of the popular PC VR shooter, is out now on App Lab! The download clocks in at just under 4GB (3.95GB) with zero sideloading required.

Pavlov Shack Beta—Oculus App Lab for Quest

Today is an exciting day for Quest owners because now, finally, one of the most popular PC VR games out there has its port available on Oculus Quest without the need for sideloading from a PC. Pavlov plays a lot like Counter-Strike, meaning that it’s a very fast-paced shooter that requires quick reflexes, careful aiming, and real skill to have much success. According to the Store page, it includes 4v4 competitive and social game modes.

The official Store release is still in the works, but this at least means you can download the game, get updates, and play offline or online easily without needing to plug into a computer at all. It’s much, much simpler.

Earlier this week developer davevillz revealed that the official Quest store version would cost $24 when it launches later this year and will eventually have cross-play support with the forthcoming PS5 PSVR 2 version of the game. PC VR will remain, for now, entirely separate.

Previously, Pavlov Shack Beta was available on SideQuest for free to sideload to your headset. It was by far one of the most popular apps on the entire website with nearly half a million downloads as of the time of this writing. Considering the sideloading requirements and hoops to jump through, that’s  a lot of downloads.

If you decide to give Pavlov Shack Beta a try on Quest now that it’s on App Lab, let us know what you think down in the comments below!

Population: One Gets ‘Private Rooms’ This Friday So You Can Setup Custom Games

Today BigBox VR revealed that battle royale VR shooter Population: One is getting ‘Private Rooms’ in a Beta form this Friday at 12PM PT for custom game lobbies.

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Population: One—Private Rooms Beta

You can see in the image above what it will look like in-game. You’ll be able to select either ‘Create’ or ‘Join’ from a menu. When you click ‘Join’ you’ll be able to easily find Private Rooms that friends have setup or join a Private Room based on a specific room code.

When you join a Private Room, you can hangout in the lobby for as long as you want, select who is on a team with who, and compete with as few people as you’d like. You can even pick War Mode or the standard 3-person Squads mode.

To get more insight about the new feature, we spoke with Gabe Brown, Co-Founder and CTO at BigBox VR:

“Giving the players control over the game mode so they can play between squads and war mode and their own private room, but they can also play on the teams that they want is really important to us. So if they wanted to, they could be like, ‘Okay, it’s a my family versus your family,’ or, ‘Oh, I’ve always wanted to play in a squad with Bob and Christine so let’s go play a match with them.’ They have a lot of control. We made it really easy for people to create rooms. Just from the Matchmaking menu, you can select it and create a room. That person that creates that room becomes the room leader and they can share their room by giving out a room code. So it’d be like ABC 234 would be an example room code. That allows anybody with that room code to be able to join the server. They can tweet it out, they can put it on a Facebook group. [We] would love to see streamers put it on their stream so they can interact with their fans. There’s a number of uses there for people to coordinate esport tournaments. It’s really interesting because now people can get together whenever they want as part of that.

The best part too is we’ve kind of have this hybrid mode, it’s like you have that room code. But we also have some room privacy features that allow you to mark the room open or closed. If the room is open, it allows anyone that you’ve invited to the server. Like, let’s say you join my server and I have the room privacy set to open, that allows you to invite anyone on your friends list to join the server as well. And then anyone that’s on your friends list will see in private room on your friends list, and you can join directly from your friends list. So your friends list in the main menu also doubles as a private server browser. You can see all of your friends that have their room privacy set to open and you can join easily. It makes your friends list super easy to go find people who are in those private rooms and go join them. Also, if you just want to have a private moment with some friends or you’re just hanging out or whatever you want to do, you can also set the room to closed where only the room leader, the person who created that room can invite people and you can only join if you have that room code.

We’re really excited about that because it really just opens it up to for people who have a large friends list or people who just want to interact with their community or wants to coordinate their own tournaments. It’s endless possibilities for people to come together and play Population: ONE the way that they want.”

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Exclusive Offer For NEW Players

You read that correctly. BigBox VR created a coupon code for UploadVR readers that are new players to Population: One. All you have to do is redeem the code ‘UPLOADVR’ on your account between right now and April 7 at 12AM PT and you’ll get 750 Bureau Gold in-game currency for free. That comes out to about $10 worth of currency, which is just enough to buy the Battle Pass and skip a level at no charge.

NOTE: BigBox VR has informed us that if you’re an existing player that has had the game installed for 1 week or longer, then this coupon code will not work. This is for new players only.

Also, this is not an affiliate code, we do not get any kickback from you using it. It’s purely just a gift from BigBox VR to reward our readers. Have fun!

Population: One is available now on Oculus Quest and PC VR headsets for $30 with cross-play. For more details, check out the official website. Keep your eyes peeled on the official website for a big Private Rooms FAQ once the feature launches later this week.

Correction: Due to a miscommunication a previous version of this story stated the referral code was for all players; the referral code is for new players only.