We’re thrilled to announce a massive new content update for BoxVR out today, adding 12 new workouts and over 140 minutes of brand new music.
BoxVR is a boxing-inspired virtual reality game, that turns your PlayStation VR into a fat-burning personal trainer, challenging players to jab, weave, dodge, squat and uppercut during high-intensity workout routines.
Based on popular player requests, BoxVR will receive over 40 new music tracks spanning across a wealth of genres, including 80s Electro, Rock and Metal. Opening up voting to the game’s community, we asked our players what new types of music they wanted to work up a sweat to, and after a tremendous response on social media, the top picks are now being added in this major update.
These tracks will be introduced with 12 new, adrenaline-pumping workouts utilizing the music to create electrifying routines to burn it up. The workouts have been choreographed by professional fitness instructors to deliver a true workout from the convenience of your home
Ianthe, our Head of Fitness, has also crafted a fitness challenge for January. We will feature a new class each day – progressively getting harder and longer throughout the month. Keep an eye on our social channels to take part!
Designed to be used by players of a variety of fitness levels, BoxVR provides users the opportunity to workout from home, tackling an array of choreographed routines of varying lengths and intensity in single-player and with up to five other people in real-time challenges. Players can also create custom workouts, to further push their own limits and adding endless content to the game.
“BoxVR has made a powerful impact in Virtual Reality, expanding the horizons of the industry far beyond what many may have anticipated from the hardware. We have proven that not only is there a dedicated and vast community of players who are passionate about alternative fitness, but that VR’s potential is endless.” said Sameer Baroova, Co-founder of FitXR. “We are extremely excited to be working directly with the community and enhancing the core experience with new content, and we are eager to see how our players engage and train with it.”
BoxVR has been awarded ‘Best VR Fitness Game of the Year’ by VR Fitness Insider and has grown to a community of over 100,000 customers looking to revolutionise their workout with VR.
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