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Codemodeon’s Header Goal VR Coming Soon to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

The last time VRFocus reported on Codemodeon’s football inspired virtual reality (VR) title Header Goal VR was almost a year ago. Today the studio has released a brand new trailer alongside a tentative release date for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headsets.

Header Goal VR is a physics based, sports game that involves players heading footballs towards various targets in front of them. Each stage has a unique level design with targets allocated various points. The videogame isn’t just about hitting as many targets as possible but also the order makes a big difference.

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Codemodeon have created a backstory to Header Goal VR where players take on the role of up and coming young soccer player Axel Rix. Rix is looking to make to the big leagues and to do this practice makes perfect. But this story doesn’t just involve heading balls and training, there’s alien’s and a zombie invasion to content with as well.

As the video below details, the levels start off simply enough with the a few targets dotted around the goal, but as the title progresses the difficulty starts to ramp up. Spinning Catherine wheel targets, trophies on shelves, green wheelie bins, goalies and more add to the challenge.

Header Goal VR is scheduled to launch for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift later this year. As VRFocus learns more about Header Goal VR we’ll bring you the latest details.