If you're into PSVR2, odds are you've checked out the playable demo for C-Smash VRS. This free trial version of the game has been available for a little while, and provides a great outline of what to expect from this stylish reimagining of Cosmic Smash. One or two issues held it back, but developer Wolf & Wood has issued a patch to fix them.
You can now update the demo, and it sounds like it's well worth doing if you were having trouble. What does the patch do? Well, there are two main areas it addresses. Firstly, it aims to fix hit detection in online multiplayer, smoothing out the experience for those struggling to get a volley going. Secondly, it bumps up the game's frame rate to 90 frames-per-second. This is up from 60; initially, the demo used reprojection tech to artificially smooth out performance, but it now runs better without this technique.
Here are the full patch notes for the update:
- 90 fps. No reprojection.
- Racket Tilt Slider, adjust for comfort & style.
- Improvements to collision detection & reliability in multiplayer.
- Added warning for players with connection issues.
- General bug fixes.
It sounds like a neat update for the demo, and it obviously bodes well for the full game too. C-Smash VRS is due to launch on 23rd June 2023 for PSVR2. Have you been enjoying the demo? Tell us in the comments section below.
Lol, I tried the demo and could not for the life of me figure out how to even play. There were no instructions so I was just lost.
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It looked good, tried the demo but tracking felt off. Might give it another chance over weekend.
I tried the demo but couldn't figure out what to do. It said to press L2 to catch the ball but it was far in front of me not moving and I didn't understand how to get it.
It's a cool little game. I'm not sure there's enough game for me for the price with a lot of other games vying for my attention, and the vs multiplayer doesn't really appeal to me, but I'd pick it up on a sale, it's a neat little wallball game.I enjoyed what I played of the demo, but also haven't felt the need to try more of it yet.
@blacksapper I think you hold the button and pull the controller backward like you're pulling it toward you. I played the demo when it launched and don't remember, but that stumped me at first, too!
@blacksapper There isn't any catching in the demo. When it is your turn to serve, you grab the ball with L2 and pull the controller in the direction you want the ball to travel at you in order to serve it into play. Keep at it...it will get it's hooks in you!
For those having issues, press and hold L2 and pull the ball towards you by moving the controller towards you, it is really well implemented and rock solid.
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