Tennis League VR Launching on Quest 2 on April 20
Tennis League VR will launch on Quest headsets on April 20.
Tennis League VR is coming to Quest headsets later in the month, offering fans multiple play options. According to the developer AnotheReality, the tennis VR game was built for “aspiring pros, fitness fanatics, and casual joes.”
The game has online multiplayer and offline solo-play modes.
The release date trailer below shows some of its gameplay footage. The developer AnotheReality says that the game allows seasoned tennis players to use their real-life tennis techniques, refine their slices, lops as well as topspin shots in the different modes of the game.
The VR rendition will also feature a career model for solo play. There is an academy mode in the game for training. Finally, there is the online player mode where you can play against friends or simply spectate other online matches.
The game also features an arcade mode that has the freshly-revealed Droid Rush game seen in the above trailer and the pictures below. AnotheReality calls Droid Rush as a game where “tennis meets tower defense” where players get out of the court and are thrown into a neon virtual environment where they can fend off robots by deploying sharp reflexes and precise shots.
Tennis League VR lands on the official Quest Store on April 20. There is a free demo that you can try out on App Lab as you await the official launch. Check back with us in two weeks’ time for a review of the game after it launches.