Japanese Developer SAT-BOX launched VR Sports back in March for HTC Vive, and it came with seven different events to play through, Bowling, Homerun Derby, Soccer, Basketball, Clay Shooting, Japanese Archery and Boxing. Then in May kart racing was added to the roster. This sees the ninth sport making its way to the title, table tennis.
To make the simulation a realistic as possible, SAT-BOX – along with publisher Degica Games – brought in a table tennis coach from the Japan Sports Association to make sure the experience is as close to the real thing as you can get.
VR Sports can be downloaded through Steam for £9.99 GBP. Table Tennis and its predecessor Karts are both DLC addons, but while the latter was free the former has to be paid for. The studio is running a limited time promotion, with a 10 percent discount available until 19th July. This drop the cost from £3.99 down to £3.59.
Also on its way is VR Sports – Golf, but as yet there’s no released date or confirmation of price.
SAT-BOX has been a reasonably prolific virtual reality (VR) developer releasing Voxel Shot, Samurai Sword VR and VR Sports. It currently has a Steam VR bundle available with all three videogames plus the table tennis DLC for £25.97, knocking 16 percent of the regular price.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of SAT-BOX, reporting back with any further updates.