Fruit Ninja VR looks set to make the jump to Sony’s PSVR from Oculus Rift and HTC Vive soon, after the game’s trophies were leaked by various achievement scraping websites.
Developed by Australian studio Halfbrick, Fruit Ninja started out as a hit mobile game in 2010, before making the leap to consoles and PC over the proceeding few years.
The title is an action-arcade game with a simple premise: users must slice various items of fruit with a blade as fast and as gracefully as possible.
As of 2012, the original iPhone version of the game had received over 300 million downloads. Its VR version has been available for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift via Steam Early Access since July of this year.