Indie developer Ghost Machine VR has release three brand new videos of its upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible racing title, Motorsport VR. The videos, which can be seen below, each provide a glimpse of the title’s gameplay, taken from the driver’s perspective. The videogame comes with full support for the Oculus Rift VR headset. An early access version of the PC experience is already available to buy for $18 USD on its official website.
Each of the videos provide over three minutes of footage, showcasing different elements of gameplay. One shows some examples of car collision in the title, while others showcase lap runthroughs and more. The title takes its inspiration from other entries in the racing genre as well as the popular European sports-car endurance race, Le Mans Series. It is a single-player experience that’s set to arrive with ‘at least’ a dozen tracks come full release.
Both Mac and Linux versions of Motorsport VR are being worked on, though it’s not yet clear when they will see release. The full title hopes to launch in autumn 2014, though if a consumer version of the Oculus Rift headset that it plans to support will be out by then is unclear. VRFocus will continue to follow Motorsport VR‘s progress and report back with any more updates.