It seems that PlayStation VR users will soon be able to simulate table tennis matches in virtual reality, as European content advisory board PEGI has today rated VR Ping Pong for the system.
The Merge Games-published title received a PEGI 3 rating for PS4, making it suitable for all age groups. The game is currently available for HTC Vive via Steam, where it holds a ‘very positive’ consensus of user reviews.
VR Ping Pong, which is developed by Reddoll Srl, spent several months in early access before receiving a full release on PC last month. It promises users 1:1 scaling in order to transform their living room into a voxel-styled table tennis court, and as its Vive version makes use of the SteamVR controller, it is expected to utilise PSVR’s PlayStation Move controllers upon launching for the system.
The game is currently priced at $6.99 on Steam, and is therefore expected to be a budget title upon release for PS4 and PSVR.