Platform lock-in sucks especially when talking about nascent platforms like VR where content is pretty limited to begin with. So, heres some good news: HTCs Viveport VR store will soon support the Oculus Rift headset.
The consumer launch is set for September 4, developers can start testing today. The support includes both purchased titles and ones rented via the Viveport Subscription. Games built with OpenVR should require no changes, which will help build up a wide selection of games for launch day.
Like on Steam, icons will show at-a-glance compatibility info in the Viveport store. Currently, there are 1,200 titles on Gameport, 500 of which are available on the Subscription service (for $9 a month, you can play five titles a month).