Spectacular ping pong simulator Eleven Table Tennis released on Oculus Quest on February 27 and in roughly two weeks offered greater than 12,000 copies of the $20 sport for the standalone headset.
The sport by For Enjoyable Labs launched in December 2017 on the Oculus Store for Rift and in June 2016 on Steam. Since then, For Enjoyable Labs offered 28,000 copies on the Oculus Retailer for Fb’s PC VR headsets Rift and Rift S, and greater than 50,000 copies on Steam. Replace: For Enjoyable Labs defined that, though the sport contains cross-buy with the Rift model of the sport accessible from Oculus, primarily based on their information they’re certain greater than 12,000 copies offered for Quest.
There’s an active Discord group for the sport and a 3D-printed paddle you can also make to approximate the burden distribution and really feel of an precise paddle in your hand for both Quest or Rift S. It additionally options the best physics simulation we’ve seen on Quest for table tennis, native Wi-Fi help for a practically lag-free experience, and the builders already up to date the sport with a preset that immediately and completely syncs up with the adapter.
The preset even labored with the mirrored model of the 3D print I used with the left Contact controller for my southpaw Hamilton-branded paddle. The unique print has been downloaded greater than 700 occasions from Thingiverse. The Discord group for the sport even includes a part for coaches to show different gamers the finer factors of table tennis.
I performed a sport over the weekend with the creator of the 3D paddle in Germany from the headquarters of my social isolation in my Southern California residence and — even with greater than 200 milliseconds of latency — the sport held up extraordinarily effectively.
Taken altogether, that’s a variety of a momentum for an unbelievable expertise and the builders say they’re simply getting began now that they’ve acquired it up and working on Quest — so there’s much more in retailer.