New Header Goal VR Screenshots Released
Loads of new screenshots for the sports title.
Earlier this week VRFocus reported on Codemodeon’s football inspired virtual reality (VR) title Header Goal VR, resurfacing with a new trailer and a release window. The studio has also released a series of screenshots for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift videogame which are shown below.
Header Goal VR is a physics based, sports game that involves players heading footballs towards various targets in front of them, similar to Headmaster for PlayStation VR.
But Header Goal VR also has a storyline to add to the experience. Codemodeon explains: “Axel Rix, a young soccer player. Since being selected for the England National Football Team he was the center of attention. Nowadays, things are not going well for him. In his last couple of games, he was the main reason behind the loss especially with his inaccurate headers. The media and the supporters are started being so heavy on him. Increased pressure on his shoulders made him behave like a lunatic and lastly, he has been kicked out of the national team. His career has taken a serious damage. He can’t bring himself to this situation. To get back to his once successful days he starts to train really hard. While he keeps on working, extraordinary things start to happen around him, which will eventually lead him to become the hero of an another story.”
Header Goal VR is scheduled to launch for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift toward the end of 2016. As VRFocus learns more about Header Goal VR we’ll bring you the latest details.