This VR game, despite its simple graphics, has become one of the biggest sellers on the Oculus platform. Echo VR is proof that popular VR games do not need the most advanced graphics to succeed. The developer Ready At Dawn launched the game on the Oculus platform in August 2020 and is praised by VR gamers all around the world. The gameplay is fun and with many obstacles and challenges in this futuristic sports game. But, it's not all fun and games in the beginning. You need to learn a completely new sport no one in the physical realm has ever played before!
This is a futuristic handball-like game where you float around in zero gravity trying to score in your opponent's net. When you join the game, you're assigned to a team of players that you can communicate and interact with when you are in the match.
You can fling yourself from wall to wall, or use obstacles on the field to thrust you along to hit a goal in the net. So this quite a complicated sport to learn but luckily, your teammates are eager to help out to get you going.
If you are looking for an active game where you can also get a workout while playing, this and Beat Saber are probably the best options on the Oculus Quest 2 right now.
This game used to be an exclusive title for the Oculus Quest but, now it's also open for the Rift S. Just recently they launched a "Crossplay" mode where Quest and Rift S users can play against each other. But for those of you who are planning to buy a different headset than Oculus, this game is unfortunately unavailable on other platforms.
But if this game isn't a good enough selling point to get an Oculus Quest 2, I don't know what is. So far, the Oculus platform has a lot of free entertainment to start out with.
Yes, you hear me- Echo VR is that it's completely free! And, you don't need to purchase anything in the game to get ahead. Everything is open for you to try right now. On other platforms, there are very few games that match the game quality and are free to use.
There is really nothing to complain about here, it is free entertainment. And one of the main draw points is that it is a social game, and players are usually very eager to help you out in the beginning. You can engage and interact with players all around the world at any time of the day, and have a great time in this fantastic zero-G environment.
The game does take some time to get used to in the beginning though, with very little guidance from the game on how to move around. so here, you are solely dependent on other gamers that have mastered the skill of floating without gravity and slinging the ball with brute force along with the court.