Again in 2016, indie developer Reddoll and writer Merge Video games launched a voxel-style, digital actuality (VR) table tennis simulator referred to as VR Ping Pong for HTC Vive and PlayStation VR. Moderately profitable, the groups introduced work on a sequel, VR Ping Pong Professional, earlier this summer time closely updating the graphics within the course of. Now the title is nearly able to be rolled out, with a November date now set.
Providing each single-player and on-line multiplayer modes, VR Ping Pong Professional goals to supply a much more skilled wanting expertise than beforehand, with eight photo-realistic backdrops starting from arcades and stadiums to Japanese gardens. Reddoll is definitely constructing upon the unique, offering ping pong followers with a VR title that’s rather more akin to a simulator.
Gameplay options will embrace the flexibility to go from novice to professional throughout 5 issue ranges, correct physics with full-spin mechanics, customisable rackets and ping pong balls and a bunch of mini-games for these instances in between matches. As for the principle aggressive matches you possibly can play domestically towards the AI whereas on-line there are single or match matches.
VR Ping Pong Professional is scheduled to launch on 12th November 2019 for PlayStation VR and PC VR headsets like HTC Vive via Steam, priced at £19.99 GBP / $24.99 USD / €24.99 EUR.
There isn’t a whole lot of competitors within the VR table tennis market in the intervening time with VR Ping Pong Professional’s most important rival being Racket Fury: Desk Tennis VR by 10Ants Hill. With a little bit extra sci-fi flavour because of robotic avatars, Racket Fury: Desk Tennis VR is offered for all kinds of headsets together with Oculus Quest. VRFocus reviewed the PlayStation VR version.
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