Virtual reality construction game DIG VR announced


Publisher Wired Productions and developer Just Add Water have announced DIG VR, a new virtual reality construction game.

DIG VR is in development for Meta Quest 2 and Quest 3 headsets, though a release date wasn’t announced.

Here’s a rundown on the game, plus its reveal trailer:

DIG VR captures the sheer joy, adrenaline and frustrations of life on a digger in an exciting experience for novices and pros. Featuring authentic, immersive controls that recreate the feeling of driving a real digger, DIG VR is a light-simulation game with a casual arcade-twist!

Grow your business in the charming town of Diglington, a place where everything can be fixed by the power of a digger. Take on a variety of jobs for the town’s residents – from traditional construction jobs, to more obscure requests! Accompanying you is DIG FM, a dedicated radio station with a wide selection of music to brighten any day.

Progress from micro-sized to colossal diggers, with a diverse set of attachments to overcome any challenge. Dig in style by unlocking over 70 customization options to suit your aesthetic!

Available to play solo or with a friend, get hands on with the fast-paced mini-games or unwind in the sandbox mode. Then, discover a trove of Lost Treasure in a standalone mode where new items are added regularly.

Whether this is your first time operating a digger or you’re already a master, digging fortunes await!

Key Features:

  • The first ever digger game developed exclusively for Meta Quest
  • Choice of authentic & simplified controller schemes
  • Career Mode Campaign with options for serious & casual players
  • Unlock new machinery & attachments
  • Personalize your digger with decal, paint & skins
  • Play with a friend in select modes
  • Discover new items regularly in Lost Treasure mode
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