Social gaming platform, Rec Room released its latest game, Rec Rally on Android, iOS, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC, and Oculus Quest 1 and 2.
“Vehicles have been a top request from the community for a long time. It’s always been on our list, but we wanted to wait until we could do it right,” said Rec Room CEO and co-founder Nick Fajt. “Creating a fun and exciting Rec Rally racing experience is a challenging task, but we wanted to go beyond that to provide a vehicle that creators could modify, program, and use in their rooms. We wanted a vehicle that could be modified to be used in racing rooms, PvP rooms, obstacle courses, and others. It took us a long time to build a vehicle that was extensible enough to do all that, but we’re really happy with the results.”
The fun possibilities are endless: players can go on a road trip with friends or grab a paintball gun and hop in the driver’s seat for some vehicle-on-vehicle combat. Rec Rally is all about exploring and making memories on the road. During the race, it’s one player per buggy, but during pre-game, players can pile in with their friends and joyride with up to three players per buggy. The game has fully optimized controls across all platforms, with a clean intuitive feel on touch devices.The ‘Rally buggy’ is now available for players to add unique driving experiences to their rooms, supporting multiple passengers, dual-wielding objects while driving, customization, and more!
Rec Rally is available on all the platforms listed above for free, and it should work with all SteamVR-compatible headsets. Rec Rally’s introduction to Rec Room will allow players to create new experiences using all of the assets created for the game, meaning it is only a matter of time until people start coming up with unique uses for the vehicles and tracks to race them on.
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