C-Smash VRS gets even more intense in this new time-focused update

C-Smash VRS gets even more intense in this new time-focused update
Futuristic racket sport action game C-Smash VRS, which launched last month, has received a new update. It introduces a new Time Attack mode and improvements to gameplay alongside some bug fixes.

C-Smash VRS was inspired by the 2001 Sega Dreamcast game Cosmic Smash. It features over 100 gorgeous levels in stunning retro visuals. The gameplay is similar to the sport Squash but with the objective of smashing blocks which is done with the ball you’re hitting.

In addition to worldwide multiplayer and various game modes, C-Smash VRS also features an original soundtrack composed by popular artists. The game launched on Meta Quest 3, Quest 2, Quest Pro, PSVR2 and Pico 4.

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Time Attack mode forces you to be quick on your feet.

The new free update’s main focus is Time Attack mode. In this mode you need to smash as many blocks as you can within the given time limit. Each month will feature a leaderboard that will display Time Attack mode players and their scores.

Now that the leaderboard is a bigger part of the game, improvements have been made to how it is viewed as well. It’s now much easier to see the top ten rankings on a leaderboard and you can filter to see how you compare. There is also a new button on the main menu to help you find online matches faster.

A Practice Mode has also been introduced, allowing you to play endlessly to practice your swings. Changes have been made to the teleport movement as well. The game will now teleport you to an optimal position to hit the ball based on the ball’s trajectory.

Lastly, there are two new options for single-player. The Pause Time option allows you to pause the game and reposition yourself for the next shot. Meanwhile the Reduced Movement option changes how the ball curves midair so players don’t have to move as much to hit it.

A few bug fixes have been added alongside some quality-of-life improvements, though publisher RapidEyeMovers and developer Wolf & Wood didn’t name any. C-Smash VRS retails for $19.99 and has pretty high reviews.

It is a very movement-intensive experience. So if you’d rather play a more sedentary game maybe our list of the best VR games has something more to your liking.
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