Survios Partners with Intel to Develop VR Platformer "Sprint Vector;" Beta Applications Now Open
Raw Data developer Survios has announced a new partnership with Intel to help work on its next project Sprint Vector, a VR multiplayer title coming next year.
This week, Raw Data developer Survios announced that they would be partnering with tech company Intel and utilize its technology to develop its upcoming VR Sprint Vector.
According to the press release, Sprint Vector is an upcoming virtual reality high-speed multiplayer platformer that is anticipated to launch sometime next year and features Survios’ ambitious, comfortable Fluid Locomotion system. Sprint Vector will combine everything great about extreme sports and merges it with the energy you find on a wacky game show. The developer also confirmed that the upcoming game would offer fast-paced gameplay and smooth visuals thanks to the power of Intel CoreTM i7, Intel CoreTM X-series i9, and Intel CoreTM X-series i7 processors.
Gamers will have the chance to participate in Sprint Vector tournaments in VR arcades around the world thanks to Survios; this includes the Intel-sponsored competition Alienware VR Cup Finals. Of course, if you are anxious to try out Survios next big project and you happen to own an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, you can sign up right now for the Sprint Vector Beta, which will kick off sometime next month, as well as adding the game to your wishlist on Steam.
Of course, Intel is no stranger to forming massive partnerships to help change the gaming industry. Early last month, the company announced that it would be partnering with long-time rival, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) to produce a new Core processor.