Studio Roqovan’s Latest VR Experience Takes you into the World of Corgi Stunt Training [Updated]

Studio Roqovan’s first virtual reality (VR) title World War Toons for PlayStation VR showcased a quirky side to the studio, creating a title that was based on factual events and designs, only with a lighthearted cartoon twist. So it not too surprising that the studio has kept that comedic inspiration but turning its attention away from first-person shooters (FPS) to something far more unique in VR, dog training.

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The name says it all, Stunt Corgi, where you have a rather adventurous pet who enjoys performing stunts. In this sandbox experience, you will have the opportunity to create the ultimate stunt course for your corgi to complete. With over 25 props to play with you’ll have your corgi jumping through fire rings and performing action barrel rolls in no time, with plenty of options to create the most daring of courses.

On top of creating all manner of stunt courses players will have an extensive closet full of items to deck out their pet corgi. Whether that’s a fetching cape, glasses, and even an Evel Knievel inspired outfit are available to make each corgi one of a kind, with 100+ combinations available. Players will also be able to share their levels through screenshots and video on social media channels like Facebook in an upcoming update.

Studio Roqovan’s most recent release was a cut down version of its FPS, World War Toons: Tanks Up for Samsung Gear VR, which arrived back in September. This puts you in command of a WWII tank as you fight of waves of Axis enemies trying to destroy you. As for World War Toons itself, nothing has been released concerning the title since a winter skins update in July. More notable is the lack of information regarding a PC-version, as a call for sign-ups was released back in April and still listed on the website.

Stunt Corgi is scheduled to release on 15th January, 2018 for HTC Vive through Steam. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Studio Roqovan, reporting back with the latest updates and announcements.

Update: VRFocus previously wrote that the corgi’s accessories would need to be unlocked when in fact they will all be available straight away. The article has been amended to reflect this.