C-Smash VRS: Immersive Racket Sports Game Launches April 2024

Gaming Staff • March 25, 2024

Pc Games Virtual Reality Gaming

RapidEyeMovers and Wolf & Wood are set to release C-Smash VRS for Meta Quest 2/3/Pro on April 4, 2024. C-Smash VRS is a reimagining of SEGA's classic arcade game Cosmic Smash and is already available on PlayStation VR2. The game offers an immersive VR experience, allowing players to move, see, feel, and hear as they play. It features original music from DJ Ken Ishii, Danalogue, and UNKLE.

C-Smash VRS offers a variety of gameplay modes, including single-player, multiplayer, and co-op, as well as an Infinity mode. It also includes accessibility options to make the game accessible to all players. The game features a futuristic environment with a cosmic setting and allows players to compete against others worldwide.

RapidEyeMovers is a new entertainment studio and publisher based in London, England, founded by Jörg Tittel. C-Smash VRS is their first game, and they have several other projects in development. Wolf & Wood is an independent games studio based in the North-East of England. They have written, designed, and developed several first-person titles, including The Exorcist: Legion VR and A Chair in a Room: Greenwater.

C-Smash VRS promises to be an exciting and unique gaming experience, offering players the opportunity to immerse themselves in a futuristic cosmic environment while playing a fun and challenging arcade-style game. With its original music, accessibility options, and variety of gameplay modes, C-Smash VRS is sure to be a hit with gamers of all ages and skill levels.

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