The results of the optional Steam survey for the month of September are now available. The end of summer leaves us an increase of 0.06% in the number of active virtual reality users of the Valve platform, reaching a total of 1,80%, a figure that in July was above two points, but that in August suffered a sharp decline from which it has not yet recovered.
In terms of the share that each viewer holds over users who do own virtual reality on Steam, the Oculus Quest 2 hybrid viewer regains its growth with a rise of 1.04%, thus reaching its highest value to date (33.19%) after halting its previous seven consecutive month run in ascent in August. Valve Index is another of the devices that put an end to its fall, achieving the largest increase this month( 1.51%) and becoming the second most popular viewer on the platform. Oculus Rift S, which has dropped 0.87%, had been in second place in the table since February of this year, when he relinquished his throne to Quest 2. There has also been a slight increase of 0.11% in the first Oculus Rift (CV1).
In addition to the above-mentioned decrease of the Rift S, which stands in third position, only 0.29% of Valve Index, other viewers that have reduced its fee for values of more than 0,10% are Windows MR (slows down its run of two months of growth, with a reduction of 0.31%), HTC Vive (-0,32%), Oculus Quest 1 (-0,68%), Pimax 5K Plus (-0,18%) and Vive Pro 1 (-0,18%). Vive Pro 2 remains at the same rate as the previous month, 0.33%.