Spring Vector Could Be Fastest VR Video Game Ever
Sprint Vector is a fast racing video game that allows players to sprint through several obstacle courses at impossible speeds in a cool VR environment. The game is perhaps the fastest ever created for Virtual Reality, but somehow you won’t feel simulator sickness. How was this possible? By making you run with your hands.
Prepare Your Arms for Spring Vector
Sprint Vector is the ultimate competitive Active Virtual Reality experience that merges the physical thrill of competition with the energy of a cool interactive show. It is powered by a fluid locomotion system that enables a whole new level of VR immersion. Compete against your friends across many different courses that will make you run, climb, leap, and fly at unbelievable speeds. Intergalactic fame and fortune will be waiting for you.
In order to run, players must extend an arm forward, then hold down the trigger and pull back for a while before letting go. Players have to alternate arms back and forth to accelerate through the intergalactic neon race courses at superhuman speeds. The fast-paced movement feels almost natural, you may feel a bit dizzy if you try to look back while racing, but never sick at all.
“Sprint Vector features Survios’ innovative new Fluid Locomotion System, which utilizes intuitive controls based on a realistic motion for ultra-smooth, high-speed VR locomotion. It’s also an intelligent system–it “learns” your intended motion–so you can concentrate on the course, not the controls.”
Spring Vector is extremely fun and quite unique, its movement system is eccentric but the important is that it works. We don’t know yet a release date but we’ll keep you informed.