Ski Jumping Pro Vr Trailer

Ski Jumping Pro VR trailer is not for the squeamish

Jump scares.
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Generally, I do alright with VR games. I know how to position myself, and I only once broke a controller against a ceiling from trying to reach something high up. And I also don’t get nauseous, aside from that time I played Doom 3 in VR — though, that might have just been because it was Doom 3. However, there’s something about the trailer for Ski Jumping Pro VR that puts me on edge. I mean, it is full of jump scares.

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Ski Jumping Pro VR is a game that takes its name quite seriously. It’s a VR game where you ride a pair of skis down a slow and jump. The better you perform, the higher the score. You can also earn cosmetic items such as gloves or boots. There is a career mode to complete, which allows you to aim for the snowy peak by participating in competitions — including events from more than 32 re-world venues. Ski Jumping Pro VR also includes a quick jump mode, which should be good for when you have a lot of people lining up to hit the slopes.

So high in the sky oh god I might die

The trailer for Ski Jumping Pro VR promises that the game recreates the feeling of “height and speed” from pro jumping. And I certainly can get an idea for how it feels, as well as the anxiety. Now, I wouldn’t say I have a fear of heights, but the trailer does do wonders for my fear of flying high in the air without the comfort of a sea of pillows below me. I can only imagine just how nerve-wracking the game can be once the goggles go on. I still remember how my stomach dropped while playing Aircar.

Ski Jumping Pro VR is out on Steam VR today, and it’s going for $19.99 USD (but with a 15% discount today).

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Cameron Woolsey
Cam has been shooting for high scores since his days playing on the Atari 2600. Proud member of the Blue Team during the first console war, and has more Sonic paraphernalia than he cares to admit.