Another table tennis game is bouncing off Oculus Quest this week.
Eleven: Table Tennis VR arrives on the platform on February 27 at 10 a.m. PST. For Fun Labs, the game’s developer, confirmed this on their official Discord channel this weekend.
Originally released on PC VR headsets in June 2016, Eleven pretty much does what it says on the tin. You can play table tennis online in a variety of environments ranging from cozy living spaces amid deserts and more. Visually, the game has always been a real look, so we’ll be interested to see how that holds up on Quest.
The game also comes with a handful of other modes to hone your skills. Table tennis games make a lot of sense for VR, given that all you really need to do is stand in one place and quickly return a ball.
“We’ve been doing a lot of work in terms of connectivity, matching logic, etc. over the past few days,” the developer noted on Discord. “I’ll do my best to include the big physics update with this launch as well.”
It’s not yet clear if this could include a cross-buy with the Rift version of the game. But it won’t be the first table tennis game to make its way to Quest; Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR from Pixel Edge Games arrived on the headset at launch last year. A little one-on-one competition never hurt anyone, did it?
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