With Sprint Vector’s closed beta now completed you maybe wondering when the actual videogame will become available. Well worry not as developer Survios has now announced the official launch dates for both the PC and console versions.
Sprint Vector will hit Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on 8th February, with PlayStation VR users having to wait a few days extra, seeing a launch on 13th February.
VRFocus has been extensively covering Survios’ follow-up to the popular Raw Data, having previewed the title on a couple of occasions as well as giving out codes for last weeks closed beta. Sprint Vector puts up to up to eight players in a high-octane intergalactic game show created by media mastermind Mr. Entertainment. Recruited from across the universe, players must compete in heart-pumping, sweat inducing races where they must navigate colorful but deadly obstacle courses full of twists, turns, traps, boosts, power-ups, shortcuts, and platforming elements.
Features include: public and private online multiplayer modes, whether you wish to race against friends or the entire world; 12 race tracks that feature pyramids to scale, alien ruins, toxic waste, icy tundras and much more, all littered with multiple routes and obstacles to slow you down. To add to the challenge there are power-ups to collect, allowing you to drop proximity mines, increase speed with a nitro boost or attack fellow racers with rockets.
It’s not just about multiplayer either. All the courses are available in single-player, so you can practice before heading online. You can also tackle three specific challenges across nine single-player challenge courses with Local and Global Leaderboards.
At launch, the Sprint Vector Championship Intergalactica Winter Games cosmetic skins pack will be available to all PC racers free of charge. Arriving just in time for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, these international-inspired skins represent 16 countries and are available across all eight playable characters.
If Survios release any further details on Sprint Vector VRFocus will keep you updated.