Synth adds YUR and weekly classes "Synth Sundays"

Synth adds YUR and weekly classes “Synth Sundays”

Kluge Interactive is a fitness update for Synth Riders, free package features that will help during isolation to keep themselves in shape all the fans of dance rhythms in VR. Players Oculus Quest and PCVR can enjoy these functions together in a new weekly training “Synth Sundays” with professional trainers.


Synth Riders is an action-rhythm VR-game, offering a unique combination of dance and pleasant physical exercises that not only can help players to burn some calories, but also reduce stress and improve their mood. The game features 33 songs in various genres, official support custom songs (also on Oculus Quest) and cross-platform multiplayer.


With the new update players can now track your training progress thanks to the integrated VR Fitness Tracker. This virtual fitness tracker allows players to track their heart rate, counting sit-UPS calories burned and record the progress in just one movement of the wrist. Fitness training in Synth Riders also become more intense with the “big game modifier zone” and smoother thanks to a new “nonstop mode” that offers a continuous flow of music and physical activity.


Staying at home, the Synth players Riders can still chat with other players around the world and enjoy together in the improved multiplayer mode for up to 10 players in the room. In addition to the connection through voice chat and fight for high scores, players can now even see avatars of each other.


The developer invites everyone to join the first living fitness training in VR during the opening of the weekly lessons and training “Synth Sundays”. Players will be able to meet Carize and HeyFalcon, professional Twitch streamers and trainers, who will conduct the training through open rooms in multiplayer games. Classes begin April 5 and will be held every week. Players will be able to join the trainers to conduct their own workouts, or watch the event live:


“We are pleased to work with YUR on a solution that can help our players to remain active in these uncertain times, when many traditional options for fitness available. We believe that the “Synth Sundays” will be a great way to unite our players for training and social interactions that are now possible only in a multi-user VR mode” — Abraham Aguero Benzecri (Creative Director).




Highlights of the updates:


● Calorie count in the game with VR Fitness Tracker

● Non-stop playlist for continuous training

● More large-scale modifier play areas for a greater number of body movements

● Multiplayer limit increased from 5 to 10 players per room

● Players are now represented by avatars

● Free bonus song” Phoenix ” from Raizer (label FiXT)


The fitness update is now available for free in Synth Riders Quest for Oculus and SteamVR.


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