The kits have been offered to Bossa Studios, Fireproof Games, Owlchemy Labs and Cloudhead Games.
Value plans to launch a new site in the next week where all the developers’ small of big can apply for the free kit.
Approved developers will be given the developer kit.
The developer kit contains a headset, two controllers and two base stations, everything needed to create new interactive VR experiences.
The kits “will be free, at least initially,” Valve spokesman Doug Lombardi.
Lombardi didn’t provide any specifics of the selection process nor about how many kits they will be providing for free.
Vive VR headset comes with the motion sensor that can map the room and bring in a virtual experience, instead of being controlled by keyboard or mouse.
The VR set is set to bring new dimensions to game design and immersed gaming experience.