A few weeks ago French publisher Ubisoft revealed that it was working with virtual reality (VR) technology. At the time the company didn’t reveal any specifics, but at its E3 press conference today has revealed Trackmania Turbo, developed by Nadeo. The title is set to have a VR demo on the show floor this week, which looks like it will run with Sony Computer Entertainment’s (SCE’s) Project Morpheus HMD for PlayStation 4. Now brand new details about the videogame’s multiplayer offerings have been revealed.
Speaking in Ubisoft’s post-show interview, the Trackmania Turbo developers were asked about new multiplayer modes for their title. They revealed a Double Driver mode in which two players must work together to control one car. It was also revealed that the title’s track builder mode will also support multiplayer, meaning friends should be able to create new courses on the fly and instantly be able to compete on them.
More on Trackmania Turbo is expected to be revealed tonight at SCE’s own press conference. VRFocus will continue to follow the title closely, reporting back with any further updates on its progress.