True Disc Physics
VR Disc Golf is the first disc golf game for the Vive to have real disc physics! Complete physics simulations underlay all disc interactions, creating fun and unique game-play. Your disc realistically soars and bounces past each challenge. You can throw backhand, forehand (side arm), overhand (hammer throw) and just about everything else.
Ever wanted to follow behind your disc after a particularly epic drive? Now you can! VR Disc Golf uses a cutting edge sports camera system to put you right in the action. Revolutionary camera controls leverage your body's natural tendency to move. You'll love seeing every bounce and wobble of your disc as you soar over the course, just like you've always wished you could! You can even switch your disc mid-flight for advanced game-play to influence the outcome like you've always wanted!
VR Disc Golf launches with one outrun themed 18-hole course. Intense game-play awaits as you explore each hand crafted hole's particular challenge. Your throwing arm will be put to the maximum test by black holes, lakes of burning lava, spinning obstacles, and other denizens of the deep Internet. True disc physics provides limitless replay value.
Party Mode - Local Multiplayer
What could be better than playing VR Disc Golf by yourself? Playing with friends and family of course! Party Mode (only one virtual reality headset required) allows you to play competitive rounds of disc golf with up to four local players. The game accommodates HMD sharing by keeping track of whose turn it is, and reminding you to switch players when the time is right.
With 79 very challenging Steam Achievements, you’ll be testing your precision and skill to the limits!
Online Multiplayer -- Coming SoonOnline multiplayer will be available as a free update after launch. It will allow up to four-person online multiplayer.
League Play -- Coming SoonLeague Play, local and global leaderboards, will be available as a free update after launch.
WARNING: VR Disc Golf uses a sports camera that rotates your view around the disc based on the direction you are facing. Take your time getting used to the sports camera and it will provide a naturally immersive locomotion experience. If you feel any motion sickness you can turn off the sports camera from in-game options.