Indie VR gem Racket: NX (2018) launches at the moment on Oculus Quest with cross-platform multiplayer with the Rift model of the sport. Enjoying out as a techno-future infused mashup between Breakout and racquetball, Racket: Nx feels proper at dwelling on Quest because of its 360 diploma monitoring and lack of tether.
Lesser recognized however nicely obtained, Racket: Nx is a elegant and excessive power recreation which seems like a far off imagining of racquetball fused with components of Breakout. Gamers stand on the middle of a 360 diploma enviornment with neon targets that pulsate to the sport’s glorious soundtrack. With a racket in hand, gamers smack the glowing orb to destroy some targets whereas avoiding others.
Having launched in Early Entry again in 2017, Racket: Nx has been honed through the years, ultimately hitting its full launch for PC VR headsets in 2018 [our review]. In the present day Racket: Nx launches on Oculus Quest, and developer One Hamsa claims the sport “is now tighter than ever, runs completely on the Quest, and with none important compromises in visible constancy or really feel.”
On Quest, the sport advantages from the headset’s 360 diploma monitoring and lack of tether. Priced at $20 (identical because the PC model), the sport additionally gives up cross-platform multiplayer between Quest and Rift. It’s in the mean time unclear if the Quest model helps cross-buy with the Rift model, or if it may possibly be part of multiplayer video games with gamers utilizing the Steam model of the sport. We’ve reached out to the builders for affirmation.