Back in March this year Polish Studio 10Ants Hill announced its first virtual reality (VR) title Racket Fury:Table Tennis, with a launch date the following month. In the end that never happened, but today the studio has now confirmed a new release date alongside its first gameplay trailer.
In an email to VRFocus explained the delay saying: “In spite of our best intentions, we didn’t manage to release Early Access in April. It required more time to work on the physics, which is pretty unique, as it’s been based on scientific research and developed from scratch by our studio. We actually believe this delay acts for our benefit because we came up with truly realistic physics that translates our moves in the most accurate manner.”
The new release date has now been scheduled for 20th July and for the first time you can get to see the videogame in action in the video below.
10Ants Hill will be holding a closed beta for Racket Fury:Table Tennis VR beginning on 6th July prior to its early access release on Steam. For those interested in getting to play the videogame first, head to the studio’s website while sign-ups are still open.
Racket Fury:Table Tennis VR is set to feature a range of single-player and multiplayer modes. Solo there are four cups to play through, pitting your skills against 16 AI opponents. While multiplayer is your classic one-on-one match of table tennis with players from around the world.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of Racket Fury:Table Tennis VR, reporting back with any further updates.