Based in Milan, Italy
August 23, 2017
Experience motorbike racing like never before: step into the race and become the new Superbike World Champion!
Following 3 releases and 30 million downloads on mobile devices worldwide, SBK Official Mobile Game lands on Samsung Gear VR and Daydream to offer a far more immersive and adrenaline-fueled experience.
Experience first-hand the thrill of speeding through the most challenging race tracks in the world at 200 km/h, while handling a 200 HP beast: Aprilia, Kawasaki, Honda, Ducati, MV Agusta, BMW or Yamaha... the choice is yours!
Compete against Jonathan Rea and other real riders from the 2016 Motul FIM Superbike World Championship: watch them speed by and turn back to check who’s tailing you, ready to exploit any opportunity.
- Gameplay rebuilt from the ground up to offer an immersive yet sickness-free simulation
- New helmet camera diving you into the high-octane Superbike racing action
- Completely redesigned in-game menus and interface for navigating virtual reality content
- 13 faithfully recreated tracks and 24 star riders from an international roster, including former world champions Tom Sykes and Sylvain Guintoli
- 3 challenging game modes, including Championship, Quick Race and Time Attack
Teaser Trailer YouTube
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- "If you are waiting for or looking for the best VR racing or VR motorbike. SBK VR is your answer. This is a must have. Highly recommended."
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Official Web Page
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About Digital Tales
Founded in 2006 and based in Milan, with offices in Rome and Miami, Digital Tales develops games, e-Learning solutions and anything in between, including edutainment, gamified training courses and VR/AR applications. Its racing and action-adventure games are based on a proprietary cross-platform C++ framework and/or third-party engines.
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