Proves that not many gamers are willing to spend $799 on new technology.
PC virtual reality video games aren't selling well despite being featured on Steam's homepage since that technology publicly launched on April 5, 2016.
Early estimates on Steam Spy revealed that a mere 16,066 people owns Fantastic Contraptions and Tilt Brush as of April 6, 2016. Both of those titles was given away for free for a limited time with the purchase of an HTC Vive set.
Sales for VR software that wasn't given away for free during that promotion fared much worse; for example, 1,390 people owns Cloudlands : VR Minigolf, and 2,222 people owns Apollo 11 VR.