Last month, Raw Data developer Survios announced it was working on a new VR game called Sprint Vector. Today, the American developer has unveiled additional information regarding the title’s closed beta.
According to the press release, Sprint Vector‘s private beta will begin on Friday, January 19 and will conclude on Sunday, January 28 at 8pm PST/11pm EST for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Gamers that were invited to partake in the beta will have access to three competitive maps, access to the entire roster, two never-before-seen solo challenge maps, and eight-player online races.
Applicants who have been approved to participate will receive an email, detailing further information; while those who recently obtained an Oculus Rift or HTV Vive and are interested in joining, beta applications are still open and will be available until the beta concludes.
Additionally, the developer also announced that the online multiplayer servers would be on the weekends from 5pm-8pm PST/8pm-1pm EST/17:00-20:00 GMT. However, single-player content will available every day until the beta concludes, which is a perfect for those who wish to have some offline practice.
For more information on the game, check the PC configuration requirements needed to run the game. Sprint Vector is set to launch sometime during Q1 2018 on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift.