RUSH (2017), the wingsuit online racing game that initially launched on PC VR headsets & Oculus mobile, is set to arrive today on PSVR.
The game offers a number of game modes including solo time attack, races against bots, and online multiplayer with up to seven players. Rush includes online leaderboards for all tracks and modes.
Developers The Binary Mill haven’t made any mention of crossplatform multiplayer with either Steam (Vive, Rift, Windows VR) or Oculus Store versions for Rift or Oculus Go/Gear VR, although we’ve reached out and are awaiting reply.
Rush boasts over 80 tracks across four environments, dozens of wingsuits to unlock and collect, and plenty of stuff to play with while you wait for a match to start such as nerf guns, basketballs, beach balls, and paddles.
There’s also plenty of control options, including PS Move controls to let you fly like superman, DualShock 4 controls that let you tilt your controller to move or control via analog sticks, and gaze-based controls that let you tilt your head.
Flying dangerously close to obstacles like walls, floor, or anything else you can find will help you fill up your boost meter—it’s a risky move that could send you to the front of the pack, or tumbling down the mountainside.
Rush launches today, December 4th in North America and Europe for $25 / £20 / €25. PlayStation Plus members will receive a 20% launch discount for the first two weeks of release.