POVR launch brings over 2,100 VR scenes in a single subscription

POVR launch

While there are quite a few VR porn aggregators nowadays, many of them pull together scenes from smaller studios, which are often not produced as well as some of the bigger names (StripzVR and StasyQ VR are notable exceptions to this ‘rule’) – the result is often a subscription that brings a lot of scenes, but not really that many you will want to watch. Pretty much anything produced before 2018 is almost unwatchable now, particularly if you’re used to 7K or 8K scenes from studios like VRBangers or VirtualTaboo.

POVR, however, is one of the newest aggregators, and it mostly focuses on delivering scenes from studios with frequently updated premium content, meaning that a single subscription to POVR provides access to 2,100+ scenes from 11 different brands – there’s a full list below. The site also has a POVR Originals production side to it, which delivers original content that won’t be found on other networks, though it’s not clear yet how regularly new POVR Original titles will appear on the site.

povr studio list
Number of scenes included in the Premium subscription from each site. Correct November, 2020.

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Some of these brands are owned by Foshan, the same company as POVR – MilfVR, TranzVR and WankzVR – while others are third-party deals struck to share content between sites. There’s a full breakdown of exactly how many scenes are available from each studio on the Studio List page, shown above.

BaDoink-owned sites in the list (BaDoinkVR and VRCosplayX) notably only offer a handful of scenes each to the total, whereas a subscription directly to either of those sites would get you access to more than 500 scenes.

As a result of the scene breakdown, in some cases, it’d still be better for users to subscribe directly to each brand. For example, if you’re a cosplay fan, your money will be better spent on VRCosplayX directly, where your niche is directly served, and there’s a much bigger selection of those (niche) scenes – particularly if there are ‘lifetime’ offers available.

Pricing for POVR is currently $19.99 per month, or $180 per year (the equivalent of $14.99 per month).

While there’s a convenient looking (we haven’t tested yet, but there’s a review on the way) virtual theater akin to that of BaDoinkVR, subscribing to POVR doesn’t give access to all of the features and extras that each individual subscription offers.

For example, VRBangers is currently just under $100 per year (there’s actually a ‘buy one get one free’ offer on, making it the equivalent of $50 per year at the time of writing) if you subscribe directly, plus you get access to the app and full resolution 8K VR scenes. Alternatively, subscribing to BaDoinkVR directly gets you access to all scenes, plus the BaDoink catalog of non-VR scenes, that can be watched on a computer, Roku TV or mobile, and costs under $90 per year (or $299 for a lifetime subscription).

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