Valve is keeping things more exciting as it teased the public with scant detail on its upcoming VR game. Just today, Valve said they will release a VR game this year. There was no definite date, not even a title, announced.\r\n\r\nValve did not even give hints on the game\u2019s genre. However, it said that the game will be compatible with headsets like the Valve Index and HTC Vive. It will also be compatible with Windows VR, and Oculus Rift S. Should it push through, this will be among the three VR games that Valve will deliver.\r\n\r\nValve also announced details about the Valve Index that will be available for pre-order on Wednesday, May 1st. Valve said the Index will be shipped in an indefinite date \u201cbefore the end of June.\u201d Gamers expect that once the Valve Index comes out, it will also get bundled with a game. It is still unsure though whether the \u201cflagship\u201d VR game will be shipped along with the Valve Index.\r\n\r\nThe Valve Index\u2019 prototype was leaked last month. There were anonymous sources who told UploadVR that the leak images were actually Valve HMD prototypes. The headset is said to sport \u201cVive Pro resolution\u201d and might come with controllers.\r\n\r\nIn its official announcement though, Valve said the Index VR headset will sell for $749. It will also come out by June 28. The bundle will get controllers but will not include lighthouse sensors. If players want the complete package, they should grab the $999 package which comes with the headset, controllers, and trackers. Those who want to stick to the cheaper option may do so. They can use the trackers from their HTC Vive headset.\r\n\r\nFor those who opt to buy each item separately, Valve will also offer it by piece. The Index headset alone will cost $499, the controllers $279, and the base stations will cost $149. It\u2019s probably a wise option to buy separately since the whole set will cost only $898. That\u2019s more than a $100 savings compared to the whole package.\r\n\r\nValve is reportedly coming out with three VR games. This information originally came out two years ago. Valve\u2019s co-founder and managing director Gabe Newell said these VR games will all be full-sized. Around six months ago, UploadVR came out with a story discussing the future VR games from Valve.\r\n\r\nAmong the game\u2019s expected to come out from Valve is the Half-Life VR game. The 1998 game was very popular, and it is expected to come once Valve releases the Valve Index. Half-Life boasts of bagging over 50 games awards, according to Valve. It is one of the Best PC Game Ever on the PC Gamer\u2019s list.