Great Multiplayer VR Titles for Your VR Arcade
October 7, 2019 | 4 min read
Hey everyone Hunter here with another weekly content update!
We get a lot of questions asking, "What are some good multiplayer games?" So we thought we’d take some time to highlight a few of them currently on the SpringboardVR platform.
Overview of content featured in the video above:
1) Loco Dojo
Loco Dojo is an amazing VR experience in general and great for parties and groups of people. Spin the wheel and play the mini games to see who can get the most points.
There’s a ton of games to play and all of them are super fun. Loco Dojo is an immersive, challenging and top notch multiplayer experience.
Overall the mini games reminded of the ones in the old Pokemon Stadium game on Nintendo 64 and we all know how awesome those were.
SpringboardVR customers can add Loco Dojo to their library by following the button below.
2) The Last Player
The Last Player is a new addition to the platform and definitely not one to miss.
The Last Player is a battle royale shooter that is super fun and unlike most military shooters, is pretty easy to get into.
Quick-to-get-into matches and a healthy player base make this one an easy pick for shooter fans.
SpringboardVR customers can add The Last Player to their library by following the button below.
Evasion is a super fun wave shooter that allows people to team up and pick their favorite class to go against waves of enemies.
This one is a great choice for wave shooter fans looking for a challenge and it’s even better with your friends.
SpringboardVR customers can add Evasion to their library by following the button below.
4) Free Roam LA Deadzone
If you are a SpringboardVR customer, make sure you check out our community page for a full rundown of the differences on how to set it up and why free roam content could be good option to look into.
Designed to be a ticketed experience and the first of its kind on the SpringboardVR Marketplace, Free Roam LA Deadzone is a roughly 15-minute zombie shooter experience that supports 1 to 4 people.
Along with the overall setup, the gameplay is extremely easy and can be picked up by anyone regardless of their experience with VR.
What is free roam?
Free roam content differs from room-scale in that the games are designed without chaperones and are intended to be played in larger, arena-scale spaces.
Free roam content generally uses backpack PCs or untethered headsets, allowing players to freely walk around the area, often with multiple players in the same physical space and experience.
Free roam pricing
Along with being played and supported differently, free roam content is also ticketed differently than room-scale content.
In general, Operators charge a “ticket” price for a single experience.
As an example, LA Deadzone’s free roam title is a 15 minute experience and Operators typically charge between $15 - $25 for it.
$25 per ticket
- At 16¢ per-minute, $2.40 in licensing fees for a single 15 minute play through.
- After licensing fees, you would net $22.60 for each ticket sold.
Please reach out to us at email@example.com if you have any questions on pricing! We’d love to help.
Free Roam LA Deadzone is priced at 16¢ per-minute, a fantastic price for this type of ticketed free roam experience!
SpringboardVR customers can add Free Roam LA Deadzone to their library by following the button below.
Arcade LA Deadzone is FREE for all of October!
SpringboardVR customers can add Arcade LA Deadzone to their library by following the button below.
That’s it for this week folks but make sure to tune in for next week’s content update!
Content Team Ninja | SpringboardVR
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