The Master Blaster and one of the most renowned names in the history of Indian sports Sachin Tendulkar, has gone into a partnership with JetSyntheys. Jet has launched the Sachin Saga VR limited Edition Headset and Sachin Saga Virtual Reality Cricket game during the CII India Gaming Show (IGS).
On Monday JetSynthesys launched a multiplayer Virtual Reality Cricket game called the Sachin Saga at the IGS. Sachin Saga has been named after Sachin Tendulkar, the former Indian cricketer. The newly launched game is claimed to be India’s first multiplayer Virtual Reality Cricket Game. Sachin himself unveiled the game along with the Sachin Saga VR limited edition headset at an IGS event in Delhi.
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The Sachin Saga VR multiplayer game is priced at 1499. The main purpose is to provide an immersive on-field experience to the players. It is claimed to be equipped with the best in class technology. In the game, the players face bowlers at over 150 Kilometres per hour delivering balls in the game with high-end VR graphics. The experience of real-time shadows, motion captures by Tendulkar and access to over 100 cricket matches in the legend mode are the USP of this game. The game also provides 28 unique cricketing shots and enables players to compete with multiple players.
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The headset comes with the VR multiplayer game along with over 3000 games, videos, education, and exploration apps. It supports a 100-degree field view, resin lenses and a customized Bluetooth controller for pro-gaming action. The Sachin Saga VR headset is a limited edition accessory and designed with specific actions.
Sachin Tendulkar, during the launch in Delhi, said,
“With VR, for the first time, the lines between gaming and real blur to give gamers an accurately simulated experience of the stadium, real-time action right on their mobile screens. I thoroughly enjoyed reliving my matches with Sachin Saga VR, and I am sure it will resonate with cricket fans and gamers all over the world.”