Tennis League VR For Quest Could Help Improve Your Game

Love. Set. VR.

Tennis League VR is an insanely cool tennis experience you can use to improve everything from your forehand and backhand swing to your overall form. Developed by AnotherReality along with their funding partner Health Improvement Solutions, a free early access demo of the game is available now on Meta Quest headsets.

The game offers multiple modes for tennis fanatics of every skill level. 

  • Training mode: learn basic techniques and practice with timed exercises and targeted areas of the court.
  • Custom mode: train using the ball cannon at different speeds, or challenge the CPU in an exhibition.
  • Multiplayer mode: play a rally with an online friend.

As you improve your tennis skills, you’ll be able to host your own online tournaments and compete in one-on-one matches with people from around the world. You can train other less-experienced players online! 

If you’re the kind of person who loves an audience, you can invite up to 8 of your friends to sit in the stands during your matches. Just be ready to dazzle your friends with your skills!

Along with realistic gameplay, Tennis League VR also embraces the different types of real-world tennis courts the game is played on. Grass, clay, hard courts, and even carpet courts are all represented in-game. Just be aware that the ball moves differently depending on the court you’re playing on.

AnotherReality’s Tennis League VR was designed by real tennis and sports care professionals for casual fans and aspiring athletes.

Health Improvement Solutions (HIP) was created with the goal of bettering people’s lives, especially those of the young, by providing them with the tools to encourage an active lifestyle.

You can download the free demo of Tennis League VR today. Expect a whole lot more when AnotherReality releases the full game later this fall.

Image Credit: AnotherReality

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Bobby Carlton

Hello, my name is Bobby Carlton. When I'm not exploring the world of immersive technology, I'm writing rock songs about lost love. I'd also like to mention that I can do 25 push-ups in a row.

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