‘Sprint Vector’ VR Tournaments Taking Place in 2018

‘Sprint Vector’ VR Tournaments Taking Place in 2018

Have you ever wanted to run and jump like a parkour master? I’m sure all of us who’ve seen those awesome parkour GoPro videos on YouTube have fantasized about doing it ourselves. Well, you can…and better yet, you can do it with futuristic tech.

This is thanks to an upcoming game called Sprint Vector, which is being designed by indie studio Survivos for virtual reality headsets (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PS VR).

Hosted by everyone’s favorite robo-personality, Mr. Entertainment, Sprint Vector sends its intrepid contestants running, jumping, climbing, flinging, drifting, and even flying across crazy interdimensional race courses and challenge maps where your speed and finesse are put to the test. These intense head-to-head matches have become the must-see event of the millennium! 

Sprint Vector is the ultimate competitive VR game: a multiplayer adrenaline platformer that merges the physical thrill of extreme sports competition with the unhinged energy of a zany game show spectacle. Survios’ innovative Fluid Locomotion System and intuitive intended motion mechanics let you comfortably attain and maintain extreme speeds in VR. 

The developers have teamed up with Intel to create head-to-head tournaments that will put players together to compete in the futuristic parkour matches that Sprint Vector has to offer. These tournaments will be held in 2018—exact release dates have not yet been confirmed. In the meantime, you can try out the game for yourself by signing up for the closed beta which will begin in January.

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