There is a growing number of virtual reality fitness apps along with VR experiences that may not be specifically designed for fitness but whose gameplay exert sufficient activity and workouts on players to help them shed some extra weight in the process. Think Beat Saber, for example. Or Audica and Box VR that combine music and movement and force you to sweat it out through the gameplay. Then there is Viro Move which combines an exciting virtual reality gameplay with real-life workouts.
Viro Move has been developed by the Polish indie studio Fit Reality. As the title suggests, the game aims to make gamers move about and exercise as they play the VR game. Gaming is mostly a sedentary activity and one of the primary reasons for the ballooning of obesity cases among enthusiasts. If you are a gamer who would like to keep fit, then Viro Move is a great choice, keeping you engrossed in your gaming passion while also letting you burn some calories in the process. It would also be a great option for fitness enthusiasts who may not necessarily be gaming enthusiasts but are looking for a fun way to exercise over an extended duration of time.
Viro Move helps you keep fit by providing three gameplay systems in one: fists, swords as well as guns depending on the preferences of the player.
Unlike Beat Saber which is a VR game that simply makes you move around, Viro Move is actually designed to keep you fit. The game has been designed to bring out the natural and healthy physical fitness movements that will help exert some demanding physical routines in you to help you keep fit. The gameplay in Viro Move also includes increasingly demanding levels to help players exert themselves more as per their fitness needs.
There are also tournaments that you can join where you can compete against other players and climb to the top of the global leaderboards. The game can adapt to your specific fitness requirements, abilities as well as your current shape in order to deliver optimal movements that will help make you healthier, stronger, fitter and happier over time.
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Developed by Fitness Reality, Viro Move is a like a virtual fitness coach and motivates you to train even harder. You can start slowly using a tutorial and then gradually go for the higher levels by using the gameplay mechanics singularly or the mix mode where the player can change the weapons in the course of a dynamic workout gameplay. All the actions that you do in the game are tracked and analyzed using the Fit Reality algorithm so you will be able to see details on the calories that you have burned which can be an extra motivating factor someone following a disciplined fitness regimen.
The Viro Move fitness game supports multiple headsets including HTC Vive Pro, Vive Cosmos, HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift headsets. Fit Reality hasn’t provided any specific details on the launch date so if you are looking for some VR fitness alternatives, you can try out Synth Riders which has native integration with the fitness software YUR.FIT to help players in keeping track of their calories.
Check out the trailer below for the Viro Move game announcement. Now that we aren’t sure of the launch date, you can click this link to add the game to your wish list on Steam and catch up on any news and updates.
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