According to Shacknews' own Charles Singletary's review of Sprint Vector, the game does a great job of making motion feel "natural." Which may not sound too spectacular when reading it on paper, but motion sickness prevention has been a major issue for VR. With a game all about running races that problem can quickly become a dealbreaker. Fortunately, for VR fans everywhere the team at Survios went through a long and technical process to develop a system that anticipates a player's movement for that natural, fluid feel without need to keep a barf bag on hand.
I had an opportunity to sit down with the dev team and discuss how they came up with their motion technology and how it works along with details on the various gameplay mechanics. Check out the video below for our full discussion and be sure to read the full review for Charles' take on Sprint Vector.
Sprint Vector is available now on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive and will be available for