SEGA, RapidEyeMovers, and Wolf & Wood announced C-Smash VRS, a newly reimagined Cosmic Smash title for PlayStation VR2. C-Smash VRS releases in 2023 for PS VR2, and a demo goes live on March 23.
C-Smash VRS supports solo play, co-op, and online versus on PS VR2. The upcoming title combines many sports such as squash, tennis, racket, paddle ball, and more into one physical experience for PS VR2. The developers plan to share more information and a release date later this year. In the meantime, fans can check out the newly released teaser trailer and plan to participate in the demo this March.
Here’s an overview of C-Smash VRS via RapidEyeMovers:
About C-Smash VRS
A full-body transportive experience at the end of space and time – what VR was always meant to be.
Combining a low-gravity form of Squash with timed block-breaking challenges, C-Smash VRS brings together the very best of racket sports and timeless action puzzle gameplay. Dashing and ducking from one side to the other and performing intense shots and trick smashes, players can use all walls as they journey through dozens of levels of fun and fitness.
Players can either play alone or forge a cosmic connection with a friend, exploring a variety of online versus and co-op modes.
Ultra-smooth gameplay, mind-bending trick shots and slow-mo’s soon feel like second nature. Thanks to intuitive controls, finger detection, 3D audio and haptics, players will learn the basics and feel fully immersed within mere minutes.
Original dynamic tracks by DJ Ken Ishii (Rez Infinite) and synth master Danalogue (front man of The Comet is Coming and Soccer 96) bring a pulse to the game’s striking environments – as well as the players’ bodies. C-Smash VRS is a new form of synesthesia.
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