Roller coaster simulation experiences are easily one of the most popular choices for virtual reality (VR) videogames. A number of developers have created thrilling one-off VR coasters, some of which even replicate rides found in real theme parks across the world. For the most part, however, these are single experiences that let the player ride just one coaster over and over. This week a much larger roller coaster experience has added support for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD). In NoLimits 2.
The developers behind this roller coaster platform have added support for the VR device’s second development kit (DK2). NoLimits 2 isn’t a simple one-ride simulation experience but instead a tool that allows players to create their very own roller coasters across 37 different styles. Players are given a square mile of work space to craft their rides while the title also features an integrated park editor. This allows for multiple roller coasters per park, giving them accurate and detailed surroundings.
A standard version of NoLimits 2 can currently be picked up on Steam for $39.99 USD/£27.99 GBP. From there it’s possible to upgrade to the title’s ‘Professional Version’ that adds more licenses. The title can also be purchased over on its official site. VRFocus will continue to follow each and every application of VR, reporting back with any further updates.