One of the most intriguing games coming to VR this year is Sprint Vector, a stylish “adrenaline platformer” for Oculus, Vive, and PS4. It was one of the many PSVR titles that Sony showcased during its Paris Games Week pre-show back in November, though at the time, developer Survios had yet to narrow down a release window for the game. Following a recent closed beta, Survios has now announced a release date for Sprint Vector, and it’s coming very soon.
Sprint Vector launches in the first half of February, though its exact release date will vary depending on which VR device you use. The game will be available on Steam, Oculus, and Vive next week, on February 8, while its PS4 release will follow shortly after that, on February 13. Survios hasn’t announced any pricing details yet.
Sprint Vector is a fast-paced, competitive rollerblading game that has players maneuvering through neon-colored obstacle courses. “Sprint Vector sends its intrepid contestants running, jumping, climbing, flinging, drifting, and even flying across crazy interdimensional race courses and challenge maps where your speed and finesse are put to the test,” Survios says in the game’s official Steam description.
Sprint Vector features both single- and multiplayer modes, with eight playable characters and 12 different tracks. It also employs what Survios calls a Fluid Locomotion System, which has players using a variety of movements to control their characters. You can take a look at the game in motion in the trailer at the top of this story.