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Checkout the Student Orientation Video for Headmaster on PlayStation VR

Its been just over a week since the PlayStation VR head-mounted display (HMD) launched and many owners will have likely made their way through the demo titles available. One of which is Frame Interactive’s Headmaster, a football title in which players have to direct incoming balls at various targets around them. If you’ve not tried the title yet or don’t currently own the headset, take a look at the tongue-in-cheek launch trailer to see what it’s all about.

The video is taken from the standpoint of an instructor welcoming you to ‘The Football Improvement Centre’, where they aim to teach you how to head a ball like a professional. It begins with explaining that you’ll ‘go through increasingly challenging rounds of heading re-education’. The clips will showcase some of the different challenges that await, from hitting targets located within a goal mouth, to heading ping pong balls into different point scoring cups.

Every now and then the trailer switches to outtake clips which show the centre as a less than professional establishment. Balls flying uncontrollably at the camera, warehouses are engulfed in flames, and files being torched that say ‘Full Mental Breakdown’ and ‘Severe Blunt Force Head Trauma’, add some irreverent comedy to the proceedings.

The trailer can be seen below, and for further PlayStation VR new, keep reading VRFocus.