Virtuix Omni One VR treadmill will get 35 VR games at launch

Virtuix Omni One VR treadmill will get 35 VR games at launch

Virtuix Omni One is a VR treadmill for home users. There are around 35 VR games available at launch, including many quality titles.


The company has announced that Omni One will launch in Q2 2024. The price will be $2,600 US plus shipping.

Included in the price is the Pico 4 Enterprise VR headset, valued at around $900, and four VR games, all of which have been optimized for Omni One in collaboration with the studios:

  • Ghostbusters: Rise of The Ghost Lord
  • Peaky Blinders: The King's Ransom
  • Hubris
  • Breachers

Virtuix says it has received "several thousand preorders", which it is now producing.

The 35 launch titles are:


1. AFFECTED: The Manor
2. Ancient Dungeon
3. ARK and ADE
4. Breachers
5. Craft Wars
6. Crimen – Mercenary Tales
7. Compound
8. David Slade Mysteries: Case Files
9. Dead of the Sea
10. Dead Zone
11. Death Horizon: Reloaded
12. Doctor Who: The Edge of Time
13. Darksword: Battle Eternity
14. DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate
15. Elite Force
16. Eolia
17. First Steps
18. Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord
19. Hubris
20. Hunt Together
21. Hyperblast
22. In Death: Unchained
23. Ionia
24. Journey To Foundation
25. Peaky Blinders: The King’s Ransom
26. Primal Hunt
28. The Exorcist: Legion VR
29. The Jade Cipher
30. The Patcher
31. The Secret Pyramid
32. The Twilight Zone VR
33. Titanic: A Space Between
35. Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate

Some of the more notable titles include Ancient Dungeon, Breachers, Compound, In Death: Unchained, and Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate (not yet released).


Virtuix plans to add support for more VR games after launch.

The device can be pre-ordered on the official website. The pre-orders will only be shipped within the continental US.


Omni One offers PC VR support

Omni One consists of a circular base, 4 feet in diameter, over which you slide with special shoes. During use, you wear a vest attached to a movable aluminum arm. With Omni One you should be able to run, kneel, jump, walk sideways and backwards. The following video shows what that looks like.

According to the company, the device should be easy to disassemble and store. If you have a PC, you can connect it to the VR treadmill to play SteamVR games.

Virtuix has been developing VR treadmills since 2013. The Omni One is the first aimed at home users.