Cherry Pop Games has today announced the release of its highly anticipated cross-play update for Sports Bar VR, for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. The update, labelled Sports Bar VR 2.0, is available to download for all three platforms now.
In addition to cross-play between PC and PlayStation 4 formats, Sports Bar VR 2.0 adds a host of new content. Up to 12 players can now enter a single instance, opposed to the previous limit of six, with new gameplay opportunities including a new Whack-a-Mole style reaction mini-game and Interactive Puzzle walls, in addition to the previously available air hockey, pool, darts and ramp ball.
Pete Jones, CEO CherryPop Games said, “We’ve always believed in post release support for our games, and Sports Bar VR 2.0 is the epitome of this.” He added, “We’ve brought platforms together with cross-play, increase the number of players online with up to a huge twelve players online, and crafted new game modes specifically designed for VR. We’ll continue to bring updates to our fans to offer great value, and the best social experience in VR.”
All seven pool tables are now playable in the bar with CherryPop Games’ Pool Nation physics engine. Four different match types are available, playable in 1v1 or doubles.
Sports Bar VR originally launched for HTC Vive as Pool Nation VR, before being renamed ahead of the PlayStation VR launch in October 2016. CherryPop Games first teased the cross-play update for Sports Bar VR back in June of this year, and has now made the updated available for free to all existing players. VRFocus will keep you updated with all the latest details on Sports Bar VR and other VR titles from CherryPop Games.